It’s not every day you come across a fusion of modern design and Edwardian style — but that’s exactly what you’ll discover in this masterfully reimagined home in San Francisco’s famed Russian/Nob Hill neighborhood. The private four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home was built in 2008, blending classic details like 12-foot ceilings, ornate moldings and inlaid walnut floors with sleek, contemporary fixtures for a one-of-a-kind design experience. It embodies chic San Francisco style in the most fashionable way.
An adaptable floor plan offers the perfect balance of entertaining and private spaces. A private entrance leads to the main level, where you’ll find a formal living room with coffered ceilings and gas fireplace, a formal dining room with pocket doors and a Bulthaup-integrated chef’s kitchen highlighted by recessed lighting, a casual breakfast nook and a small patio for dining al fresco. There’s also a powder room on this level, ideal for guests. Upstairs feels like the ultimate retreat with four bedrooms on one level, giving the future owners flexibility in how they want to use the space as life changes. Set back from the rest of the bedrooms is the Euro-style main suite, where a fireplace, two walk-in closets, and a gorgeous spa-like bath feel like the ultimate retreat. Three additional bedrooms offer use as guest bedrooms, home office, media room, fitness room, or nursery.
One unusual find for a city home is an outdoor space, and this residence boasts one of exceptional design on the rooftop. This exclusive use elevated oasis hovers above the city with panoramic views of all of San Francisco’s greatest icons — including the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay — plus has an outdoor kitchen, sitting area and 8-person hot tub. Other pluses include extensive in-unit storage and a premiere parking spot. A most sought-after location in Russian/Nob Hill, with a 99 Walkscore and a 97 Transit score, also puts the future owner within minutes of all of the city’s greatest restaurants, shopping, and hotspots. On the market for the first time, this home is a bold and stunning testament to San Francisco that truly needs to be experienced firsthand.