A family room in an English conservatory that opens into a garden sanctuary is the focal point of a historic San Francisco home in Presidio Heights that recently hit the market for $6 million.
“Every so often, a home is offered that captures the San Francisco style — 3235 Pacific Avenue is such a home,” according to the property listing.
Built in 1914 by noted architect William Knowles, the three-story, two-bedroom, four-bath residence sits on a brick-lined street. The home has undergone an exquisite renovation.
A video of the property shows how the home flows seamlessly from room to room, front to back. Soaring vaulted ceilings frame the living room that features a marble-faced fireplace and a library loft above. The adjacent dining room opens to a skylit breakfast room, which in turn opens to a bright kitchen, a conservatory and a private, lush garden.
Upstairs, the primary suite has a large dressing room and dual bathrooms.
A one-bedroom, one-bath suite is on the lower level.
Janet Feinberg Schindler of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
As a bonus, the property comes with a three-car garage.
The home last sold for $4.1 million, according to realtor.com.
This story was originally published May 10, 2022 1:19 PM.