Victoria Stewart Davis Presents:
Gracious residence in 1928 Pacific Heights elevator building. - $ 999,000
- Pacific Heights elevator building (36 units)
- NE Corner Unit
- 1458+ square feet
- Formal Living and Dining Rooms
- Period details: arched doorways, crown molding
- Remodeled kitchen and bath (with permit in 2006)
- Dark-stained hardwood floors
- In-Unit Laundry
- One-car side-by-side garage parking
- Huge walk-in closets (one formerly used as office/den)
- Wood-burning fireplace – rounded mantel with Spanish tile accents
- Peek-a-boo bay views
- Spanish Colonial architecture circa 1928
- HOA Dues: $598.74
Gracious residence in Spanish-Mediterranean inspired Pacific Heights elevator building. The northeast corner orientation lends abundant natural light to this grand scale one-bedroom floor plan. Featuring over 1,458 square feet, the home is refined by period details including arched doorways, intricate crown molding, and rounded fireplace mantel with Mediterranean tile accents. Beautifully-stained hardwood floors lend continuity to the living areas, which include formal Living Room with wood-burning fireplace and large windows facing north and east for peek-a-boo bay views, formal Dining Room with sophisticated lighting, and several big walk-in closets (one formerly used as an office/den). The kitchen and bathroom were remodeled with sleek and contemporary finishes, completed with permit in 2006. The kitchen features an eat-in area, gas range, stainless appliances, great counter space, custom cabinets, and in-unit washer and dryer. The bedroom is sizeable and connects to the modern bathroom through its large walk-in closet. One side-by-side garage parking space included. 2090 Pacific Avenue is a sophisticated 36-condominium elevator building, featuring a dramatic lobby showcasing Spanish Colonial architecture circa 1928.
Pacific Heights homes for sale deliver commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and the city below with neighborhood hills rising from the Marina and running along an east-west ridge between the Presidio and Van Ness avenue. When Hollywood wants to film a chase scene, Pacific Heights is where they come for cinematic thrills.
Some of the oldest, grandest, and largest homes in the city can be found in Pacific Heights which features ample stock of Victorians, Edwardians, Mission Revival and homes in the style of French Chateaus. This is an affluent neighborhood, home to large, quiet consulates of Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Russia. Some of these former baronial mansions now serve as elite private schools. These include San Francisco High School, Drew School, Town School For Boys, Convent of the Sacred Heart (in the former Flood Mansion), and Stuart Hall High School.
Those lucky enough to live in Pacific Heights homes enjoy gorgeous parks, playgrounds, and, bounded by the Presidio, easy access to open space, and miles of hiking, running and biking. The main shopping district can be found on Fillmore Street, which runs north and south through Pacific Heights. Some of the chicest boutiques, choicest restaurants, one of a kind floral arrangements, patisseries, and designer yogurt can be found on Fillmore Street.