Sotheby’s International Realty: Pure Modernism

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Purity of line, design rigor and an airy livability characterize this treasure of a home which embraces the surrounding landscape with a sophisticated ease. Built in 1962 for a serious Bay Area art collector, Joseph Esherick’s timeless example of Mid-Century residential design has been meticulously preserved, a luminous series of grand spaces in which light performs eloquently, linked purposefully with a powerful result. Care has been taken in the design of the tremendous volumes down to minute details, creating a home both luxurious and restrained.

• Architecturally Significant Residence on 3 Levels

• 4 Bedrooms 3.5 Baths plus Office

• 2 Massive Living Rooms, Formal Dining

• Dazzling Views of the Bay and Alcatraz

• Approximately 14-Foot Ceilings, 2 Wood Burning Fireplaces

• Custom Kitchen Anchored by Aga Range

• Elevator Serves all 3 Levels

• Parking for 3-5 Cars

• Approximately 4,600 Square Feet

• Stellar Location

San Francisco, CA, 94123
United States
4 beds
3.5 bathrooms

View the full listing here.

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