This iconic Pacific Heights mansion embodies timeless architectural flourishes and modern amenities that artfully complement a contemporary metropolitan lifestyle: an uncommonly welcoming architectural tour de force.Five levels serviced by an elevator, elegantly suited for world class entertaining, and in proximity to exceptional schools, the Golden Gate National Recreational Area at the Presidio of San Francisco, and upscale shopping and dining within walking distance on one of the only flat blocks in Pacific Heights.This home commands sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, including Sausalito, Belvedere, Tiburon, Angel Island, and Alcatraz, plus Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow and Marina Districts. At street level, a period Art Deco ballroom - with abundant room for scores of celebrants - is complemented by a catering kitchen and wine cellar. A handsome library clubroom tucked off the grand foyer has an architecturally concealed Prohibition-era bar guaranteed to amuse any world-weary guest.Two walk-out terraces to savor San Franciscos pristine air with Bay views, five luxurious, spacious bedrooms to flatter discriminating taste, a lavish master suite with two en-suite bathrooms and half bath, and access to a solarium with dramatic floor-to-ceiling Bay views. A top floor, walnut-paneled library with a fireplace serves as a media room. Privately located staff quarters with two bedrooms and two full baths and separate entrance.A world-class residence in one of San Franciscos most sought-after neighborhoods.At a Glance Premier mansion in the heart of Pacific Heights Spectacular Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and city views Designed by renowned architects Bliss and Faville and remodeled by the heralded Albert Farr Occupied by just four families since 1905: Spreckles Family (1905-1928); Schwabacher Family (1929-1972): Joseph Alioto, Jr. Family (1973-1997); current owners (1997-present) 9 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 4 half baths 4 full floors above street level and subbasement, all served by an elevator 1,200 square-foot Art Deco ballroom 500+ square-foot carriage house, currently equipped as a fitness center Approximately 12,000 square feet of living space Thomas Church designed front garden, rear parterre garden with 18th century French fountain, French terrace garden with fountain off dining room and solarium In proximity to the Presidio of San Francisco and Alta Plaza Park
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2520 Pacific Avenue is listed for $27,000,000.
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