Stunning Paul Wiseman–designed Washington Street mansion asks $25 million

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Lovers of classical San Francisco style are certain to be swept away by the elegant facade and captivating interiors of this 1900s Presidio Heights mansion, which has recently undergone a ground-up rebuild courtesy of architect Charlie Barnett and interior designer Paul Wiseman.

The timeless residence has all the luxurious amenities you would expect, plus views of the Golden Gate Bridge throughout.


With six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the home's grand scale is no doubt a draw, but we are most taken with the many perks: view-tastic terraces on every level, a gym with its own garden, the 4,800-bottle wine cellar and tasting bar, an elevator to all levels, and two laundry rooms.

Ideal for a large family that loves to entertain, the house has all the makings of a place to gather. At its heart, the chef's kitchen has an extra-large island with counter seating. There's also a spacious dining area, a rooftop deck with a fire pit ideal for after-dinner drinks, and guest apartment with its own kitchen where friends can crash.

A feeling of quietude comes courtesy of a muted palette and dedicated spaces to sit and reflect. Each restful bedroom suite has stylish accents like pitched ceilings, cozy window alcoves, and spa-like bathrooms with standalone soaking tubs. More hotel than home, this abode is a serene escape. Shelter in place has never looked so pretty.


Location: 3414 Washington St. (Presidio Heights)

Size: 8,930 Sq. Ft

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 8

Asking price: $25,000,000

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