Spacious Presidio Heights home feels like a grown-up playground, asks $16.5 million

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At the edge of one of San Francisco's most beloved playgrounds, the Presidio, this 7,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home is designed for families that love to party.

Originally built in 1912, the home has been remodeled down to the studs and feels more like a boutique hotel than a house.



An arched doorway opens to a spacious entryway with high ceilings, a staircase with geometric balustrade, and herringbone wood floors that flow into the living room. Here, coffered ceilings, an abundance of windows, and a fireplace make for a stately place to chill out with the fam and friends.

The kitchen acts as its own great room of sorts with a breakfast room, lounge space, and bar seating at the large island. Just behind it is a south-facing terraced yard for casual alfresco meals over a game of bocce. On special occasions, the moody dining room with an origami-like chandelier and wet bar sets the mood for celebratory feasting.

Upstairs, the primary suite has its own fireplace, two walk-in closets, a serene bathroom with dual sink vanities and a gorgeous soaking tub in a rounded alcove over marble floors. Presidio views are the cherry on the top. The home has five additional bedrooms including three full suites.

The family that lives here must get some rest because there's fun to be had—the home also has media and fitness rooms, a wine cellar, and multiple walk-out terraces. There are also two laundry rooms and a two-car garage. An elevator provides access to all levels of the home.

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 7

Size: 6,985 square feet

Asking price: $16,500,000

// 3747 Jackson St. (Presidio); for more information, visit compass.com.

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