Named the “most expensive residential neighborhood in the United States” in 2013, per the San Francisco Business Journal, the Pacific Heights neighborhood is known the world over as a showcase of great architecture and great views (and not just by those who saw the 1990 Michael Keaton-Melanie Griffith thriller).
One such example is the remarkable home at 2711 Scott Street. Built in 1912 as a beacon of fine craftsmanship, the home was expanded in 2007 and renovated in 2010, retaining its charm while providing modern updates and amenities.
Behind gates in one of the city’s most prestigious locations, the six-bedroom, four-level freestanding home features five baths and one partial in 4,368 square feet.
On the main level, a sweeping staircase sets an elegant tone in the foyer, leading into a large living room and formal dining room. The comfortable family room with Surround Sound leads into the chef’s kitchen and out to the private patio and secret garden, which offers a built-in barbecue, lush garden, and children’s play area, creating a outdoor oasis in the heart of the city.
The gourmet kitchen features immense carrera marble island and countertops, custom cabinetry, a d professional appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking stove and double oven, wine and refrigerator.
On the second level are a trio of impressive bedroom suites plus an additional family room, studio, and deck. On the top floor is the exquisite master suite, with romantic fireplace, carrera marble spa bath with glass-enclosed shower and soaking tub, and large walk-in closet. Open the doors to the terrace and all the best of San Francisco is at your feet, with incredible views of the city, the Bay, and onto Alcatraz.
This home also offers a fifth bedroom suite on the top floor, a basement level with gym and wine cellar, numerous terraces, a two-car garage, and an elevator shaft prepped for future installation.