Beaux-Arts on Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO, California
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3 bed/7.0 bath
This circa 1915 Beaux-Arts home was designed by Arthur Brown Jr. (1874-1957) who is best known for such San Francisco landmarks as City Hall,Coit Tower, & the War Memorial Opera House. For years this home served as the Embassy of Monaco.Between 2006-2008 the current owners improved, expanded & brought the property into the 21st century while maintaining its architectural heritage.The property offers 3 lrg bd suites, 6 full ba,2 powder rms,an elevator that serves the main living areas, renovated kit, fam. rm, library, the added upper lvl with 2nd family rm, study & deck,the now lower lvl theatre, aupair rm,wine cellar, & laund. rm.This lovingly remod. home & gardens reflect today's lifesytle, reclaims space, & has improved infrastructure.
Elevator, deck, theatre, au pair room.
WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX
True renovation of a classic San Fran residence
- • We love Beaux-Arts because there's something that's so romantic, nostalgic, and glamorous about it. A few added bonuses on this one: It was designed by Arthur Brown Jr. who was a very significant San Francisco architect who designed City Hall, Coit Tower, and the War Memorial Opera House. Also, we like the renovation. Very light and simple. Not too heavy-handed.
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AGENT / FIRM
Joan Tosetti, Alain Pinel Realtors