Perched on a special cul-de-sac amongst the treasured stair walks of Corona Heights, this grand four-bedroom, three-bath 1913 home, built by famed architect/builder Oliver Rousseau, has the enduring substance of a well-built period home with the solid stewardship of the current owners in a highly prized location. Beautifully-preserved, detail blends with updates and polish, the impressive public rooms give way to lovely outdoor spaces. The upper level boasts four bedrooms, each level with gracious flow, high ceilings, gleaming hardwood flooring, Steuben-style crystal doorknobs, and huge windows.
Proximate to Eureka Valley, Cole Valley and the Divisadero corridor shopping and transportation, the location is rich with history, art, and nature. Close to iconic cultural institutions, such as the Randall Museum of Natural History with its small theater, featuring local performing companies and the Castro Theater, as well as eye-popping views of the Planet District, which includes Corona Heights Park and dog run, Saturn Steps, Monument Way, the Vulcan Steps, and Ord Court.
San Francisco, CA, United States