San Fran and Hamptons Vibes Meet at This $15.5M Pacific Heights Townhouse
San Francisco’s 49ers may have lost on Sunday, but someone can win big with this gorgeous listing. Located in the city’s chic enclave of Pacific Heights await rows of beautiful houses, each unique from the other. And on Pacific Avenue, tucked between two colorful homes is a newly-updated, stark-white townhouse. After undergoing a five-year renovation led by architect Stephen Willrich, the $15.5 million home marries classic and artistic San Francisco style with Hamptons flair.
While the front exterior pays homage to the Victorian-esque with a bright window-lined turret and steep gable roofs, the black front doors and stained glass accent open to a fresh and airy contemporary space. The home encompasses nearly 6,400 square feet, with the main floor being the best spot for dinner parties. A farmhouse-style kitchen with two-toned cabinets provide an extra dose of sophistication while French doors lead to the garden.
Despite the front’s very San Fran facade, the home takes on a new tone in the back. Dark shingles and a pergola are more reminiscent of a Hamptons getaway. Fresh greenery and trendy seating areas then create the backyard oasis buyers crave.
Back inside, the home has six bedrooms and six bathrooms spread across the upper two floors, as well as the lower level. While the primary bedroom is an ultimate relaxation space fit with luxurious finishes and a spa-like bathroom, another bedroom captures stunning views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Tania Toubba of Sotheby’s International Realty brings this listing to the San Francisco real estate market. Strong as well as stylish, it even got a full seismic upgrade and a new foundation during the total remodel.