Step Inside a $6.5M English-Inspired Tudor in San Francisco

San Francisco’s tree-lined Presidio Heights neighborhood is renowned for its stately homes and breathtaking views, and 214 Spruce Street is a prime example of both. The property is a rare gem that combines the historic elegance of a Tudor home with the modern luxuries of today. Originally built in 1928, this stunner has been thoughtfully updated while retaining its architectural authenticity and is priced at $6.55 million, though it’s now in contract.

From the moment upon entering the grand foyer, one is immediately struck by the impressive scale and attention to detail found in argyle-patterned glass and all-wood cathedral ceilings. The formal living room features soaring ceilings, intricate moldings, and a beautiful fireplace, while the formal dining room is perfect for hosting elegant dinner parties. The home’s gourmet chef’s kitchen is a true standout, featuring top-of-the-line appliances, a large island, and a cozy breakfast nook with views of the lush garden.

In total, the 3,500-square-foot floorplan holds four bedrooms and four bathrooms, with the primary suite being the only bedroom on the main level. Upstairs are two of the guest bedrooms as well as an additional suite fit for a nanny or visiting family.

Outside, the home offers multiple terraces and outdoor spaces, including a rooftop deck with sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay. The property also includes a two-car garage and an elevator that serves all levels of the home. In the backyard also sits a finished cottage, perfect for work or play.

With its prime location in Presidio Heights, it’s no wonder a buyer was quick to make an offer. Steve Gothelf of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing, which is currently in contract.