3198 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115
Perched on the edge of the Presidio, this historic redwood-shingled home was designed in the late 1800s by architect J.C. Newsom and was one of the first residences to be built along the Presidio Wall. Filled with natural light and enjoying rare views of the Presidio from nearly every room, it features six bedrooms, four baths, and approx. 4,170 sqft. Vintage detailing is throughout, with diamond-paned windows, classic moldings and doors, cut-glass doorknobs, and deeply hued hardwood floors. On the main floor, a light-filled living room with a fireplace and a dining room with a window seat flow into the kitchen, which offers a walk-in pantry, breakfast area, and access to a lovely terrace gazing out on the Presidio. A cheerful family room with built-in bookshelves is accompanied by a full bath. The bedroom level boasts five bedrooms and two baths. With windows on two sides, the primary suite enjoys direct views of the trees and mature greenery of the Presidio. The top floor comprises a pentroom with skylights, a spacious bedroom, a wood-paneled office, and a full bath. Completing the home is a two-car garage with interior access and additional storage with ample space. Ideally located on the edge of the Presidio near the shops/boutiques along Sacramento St & Laurel Village.
Parking: Attached, Interior Access, Tandem, On Site (Single Family Only)
Heat Type: Central
Sales Price: $5,650,000
3198 Pacific Avenue
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