Looking fo an elegant San Francisco home with spectacular views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and the bay? We just found it for you. This home boasts one of the most striking facades among the finest homes in Pacific Heights. Magnificent property at 2250 Vallejo Street, is built in 1901 and designed by noted architect James F. Dunn (1873-1920) best known for exuberant ornamentation of grand homes and apartment houses in the City. The Beaux Arts influence is prominent in the façade with its impressive friezes of foliage, garlands, cornices and scroll corbels.
The grand portico with handsome double entry doors is supported by four tall Corinthian columns. Three highly decorated tall picture windows, one with a whimsical wrought iron balcony, complete this most elegantly inviting façade. As for the interior spaces, Dunn designed his public rooms with grand proportions for entertaining and the private spaces for gracious living.
The home has experienced a rebirth for elegant yet relaxed City living in the 21st Century. The Project Team in close collaboration with the owner has created a light-filled, spacious & exciting interior environment with contemporary materials and finishes. Seismic engineering and state of the art systems – entertainment, communications, energy efficiency and security have been carefully thought out for the new owner’s enjoyment and comfort.
The brilliant collaboration of the architectural firm of McClean Design and Minotti, S.p.A – renowned Italian furniture design and manufacturing company – sets the stage for the prospective new owner’s art collection. The Minotti lifestyle collection as installed in the residence conveys with the sale of the property. There’s approximately 9,095 sq ft of living space on 5 levels. The home also boasts additional 6 bedrooms, 6 baths & 3 half baths, media room, wet bar & office, 4 fireplaces, elevator, wine room, and whopping infinity plunge pool and steam shower.
Listed by Coldwell Banker, this San Francisco home is priced at $28 million.