What could be lovelier than a spacious, sun-filled room with a view of Lafayette Park?
Well, how about four graceful bedrooms, a plush library, and ample living space with crown moulding and bay windows—all overlooking the 11 landscaped acres of one of San Francisco's most beloved parks? Sold? It goes on the market tonight.
Inside the 1908 C.A. Meussdorffer–designed Beaux-Arts building on Gough Street, apartment #32 is a beaut. Sure, many of the current furnishings (and those valance curtains) are little too George-Washington-slept-here, but for an urbanite of taste and vision, this is apartment living at its finest.
You could really enjoy a staycation in the master suite, what with its own solarium/den, sizable dressing room, and view of the building's private rose garden. And the rest of the home has all the amenities you'd want, of course: a pro kitchen, wine storage, laundry room, and plenty of bathrooms. The building has a doorman and offers garage parking for one car.
But really, the very loveliest thing about this home may be its address: Imagine those tennis courts and beautifully groomed trails in your very own backyard.
Extras: Laundry, storage, parking, doorman.