A San Francisco Townhouse with New England Charm Lists for $8M
A Pacific Heights townhouse with all the shingle-style charm of a coastal New England abode has listed asking $7.95 million. Ideal for anyone looking to perch a Nantucket vibe in the heart of San Francisco, the airy spread at 2384 Jackson Street is all easy elegance designed by acclaimed architect David Armour and it offers an abundance of outdoor space. With a gorgeous combination of contemporary flair, traditional sophistication, and sweeping city views, this retreat offers the best of both coasts.
Up a flight of stairs, past small gardens and hydrangea-filled flower boxes, awaits the enchanting blue front door. Just behind sits a foyer, with wide-plank, French oak flooring and soaring ceilings that introduce a feeling of airiness from the start. Off the entry are the elegant, generously portioned formal living and dining rooms, ideally situated for effortless entertaining.
Holding 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms across four stories and 5,021-square-feet, the breezy townhouse has no shortage of space. Like the best vacation homes, it exudes casual comfort with a hint of glamour. Oversized windows soak the clean lines of the kitchen and family room in light, while an adjacent breakfast nook with a built-in bench overlooks the decked out garden. With its stucco outdoor fireplace, BBQ area, atmospheric accent lighting, and terraced landscaping, this outdoor space begs to be shown off.
Nina Hatvany of Team Hatvany at Compass has the listing.