Nothing says California living quite like mid-century modern architecture. In San Francisco, the style — so captured by influential architects such as Bernard Maybeck, Richard Neutra, Henry Hill, Julia Morgan and Joseph Esherick — remains one of the city’s most revered types of design to this day.

That’s why this three-story mid-century modern residence situated in San Francisco’s posh Presidio Heights caught our eye. The property offers a rarely available location along the iconic, historic and prestigious Presidio Wall, plus the much sought-after mid-century modern hallmarks such as clean lines and walls of glass that blur inside and out.


The five-bedroom, five-bath house has been thoughtfully and mindfully updated, expanded and enhanced with the most sophisticated amenities of the 21st century. The classic California architecture focuses on the surrounding views through those expansive walls of glass. The window locations have been strategically chosen to bring the most natural light and best views into every room.


16 Spruce Street, San Francisco, CA

A gorgeous glass staircase and a wall-spanning stone gas fireplace in the living room modernized the space in the most design-sensitive way possible. The kitchen, with its warm mix of wood and stone on the large center island, keep everything crisp and fresh — with a peek outdoors through a picture window and door.

16 Spruce Street, San Francisco, CA

16 Spruce Street, San Francisco, CA


“This contemporary home is sleek, modern and handsome,” says Joel Goodrich, the home’s listing agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in San Francisco. “It has been enhanced with the most up-to-date details to keep it classic, current and timeless.”

Offered at $10,500,000, this Spruce Street home is truly special — a rare mid-century gem right in the city. Call Joel Goodrich for more information at (415) 308-8184.