This 2008 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home with views of Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, Palace of Fine Arts features exquisite architectural detailing, 7 en-suite bedrooms,8 full and 3 half baths, grand living room and dining room, reception hall, formal foyer, mezzanine, library, 7 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen, media room, family room, wine room, au-pair quarters with kitchen, home gymnasium, 5 terraces, 6 cast bronze balconies, gardens, exterior illumination and irrigation, gated driveway with parking +4 car garage, elevator, security system with cameras, wired for Wi-Fi and automatic drapery, Luton lighting throughout. Close to shopping District and prestigious schools.
Built in 1905 by James A. McCullough, this majestic Italianate Villa of approximately 16,000 square feet has been lovingly restored and renovated using the finest in materials and craftsmanship to create the ultimate in state-of-the-art amenities and luxury living. Yet, it still retains the elegance and beauty of the classic era. One of the unique features of this extraordinary home is the dramatic formal entry and Tiffany skylight. The elegant grand formal foyer is the gracious entrance to gorgeous reception rooms and welcomes you into one of San Francisco’s most spectacular homes. The remarkable architectural detail from the Beaux-Arts period includes an amazing Tiffany fountain, ornate carved ceilings, white marble floors and gracefully curving marble stairway. The ceiling of the mezzanine, off the grand staircase embraces the beauty of a magnificent Tiffany skylight. From the stunning views on all floors from the Golden Gate Bridge to Coit Tower and the elevator that goes to the large sheltered and private roof deck, this home offers a ultimate lifestyle both luxurious and relaxingly comfortable.