Pretty Pacific Heights home with GGB views asks $9.5 million

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In the elite stomping grounds of Pacific Heights, just blocks from the Lyon Steps to the west and chichi Atelier Crenn to the east, a freshly updated Edwardian has all the pleasantries of home with a grandness built for entertaining.

A pretty arch announces the entry to the three-story home's gallery-style foyer, where a palette of light hardwood floors and white walls, made dramatic with elegant moldings throughout, takes shape. High ceilings and a spiral staircase dressed in black-and-white Missoni carpet set a posh tone from hello.


The entry seamlessly transitions into the living spaces, where an oh-so-sleek kitchen is a modern place to mindfully cook up a meal; there are multiple places to plop down and eat, whether you prefer the formality of the dining room with its trio of arched windows and fireplace or the more casual breakfast room or a table outside in the garden.

The upstairs houses four bedrooms plus the master suite, where the lord or lady of the house can laise about in a private sitting area beside the fire. There is also a lounge and media room steeped in sunshine here, and views from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz through the picture windows.

A lower level and garage hides away all your junk with plenty of storage and room for two cars.

Location: 2740 Divisadero St.

Size: 5,110 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 4

Asking price: $9,500,000

// For more information, visit nealwardproperties.com.

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