Look Inside a $6.5M San Francisco Home with a Golden Location

Though there is what’s being called a California exodus happening, San Francisco has long been referred to as “Everybody’s Favorite City.” And this delightful townhouse listed in Pacific Heights could easily become someone’s favorite place. From the home’s distinctive architectural facade to its views of San Francisco’s iconic sights, it checks plenty of boxes and has a location that is highly desirable.

The property’s dramatic architecture, developed by Butler Armsden Architects, has striking curb appeal. Shaker siding and detailed woodwork welcome potential homeowners to the circa-1905 abode, set apart from other houses on the block with its Gothic-like look. In artsy San Fran, points for uniqueness shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to buyers’ wishlists.

Inside, the bright white walls and high ceilings help create a breezy feel that juxtaposes the traditional, detailed exterior. Neutral furnishings and fixtures compliment the home’s fresh environment. Despite all having ensuites, the five bedrooms differentiate themselves through their use of style and texture to achieve a cozy feel. Another factor that distinguishes the bedrooms from each other is the variety of views.

One of the most striking features of the 4,206-square-foot house is its view of the Golden Gate Bridge. The master suite and den look out onto this famous landmark. In addition to overlooking the bridge, San Francisco staples such as the Presidio, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Bay come with this $6.5 million house.

Nina Hatvany of Team Hatvany at Compass holds this lovely townhouse listing.