Stunning Italianate Mansion with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay, Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz Island, Marin Headlands, Fort Mason, Russian Hill, Coit Tower, City, Mount Diablo and Berkeley hills. Exquisite architectural detailing throughout, seven en-suite bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and three half bathrooms, formal living room, formal dining room, reception hall, grand foyer, mezzanine, library, seven fireplaces, eat-in kitchen, media room, family room, wine room, au-pair quarters with kitchen, gym, five marble terraces, six cast bronze balconies, garden with irrigation, gated driveway with parking plus four car garage, elevator, security system with cameras, two laundry facilities, wired for Wi-Fi and automatic drapery, Lutron lighting throughout. Walking distance to Union Street shopping District, prestigious schools, transportation and easy access to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Built in 1905 by James A. McCullough, this majestic Italianate Villa of approximately 16,000 square feet has been lovingly restored and renovated using the finest materials and craftsmanship to create the ultimate modern amenities and luxury living and still retains the elegance and beauty of the classic era.
The grand formal foyer is the gracious entrance to this spectacular home. The remarkable architectural detail from the Beaux-Arts period includes an amazing Tiffany fountain, ornate carved ceilings, white marble floors and grand curving marble stairway.
The ceiling of the mezzanine, off the grand stairway embraces the unsurpassed beauty of a magnificent Tiffany skylight. This work of fine art rich in color, depth, and design is truly breathtaking.
Panoramic views including the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, Alcatraz Island, East Bay, all the way to Coit Tower and the elevator that goes to the large sheltered and private roof deck, this home offers a family the utmost in City living.
This property was San Francisco's Decorator Showcase home for 2008. It is located on a large prime lot in the heart of Cow Hollow.
|Olivia Hsu Decker|