This Converted Neoclassical Church in San Fran Has a Heavenly Condo for Sale

If you love architecture and San Francisco, steer your ship toward The Light House. This converted neoclassical church was originally designed by architect William H. Crim in 1915. A church no longer, it was restored to hold four condominium units in 2016. Now, one of those treasured condos is for sale asking $5.995 million.

The structure’s shimmering golden dome is hard to miss, but the entrance to 93 Cumberland Street is more discreet tucked away behind secured gates. Once inside, this divine 5,332-square-foot condo awaits spread across two floors. On the main level, it centers around a spectacular great room, complete with lofty 30-foot cathedral ceilings, exposed brick walls, and towering steel beams. In addition, arched alcove windows with original art-glass finishes pay homage to the building’s origins.

Ideal for entertaining, the home offers stylish spaces to wine and dine guests. Along with sleek seating areas, the open industrial-style chef’s kitchen holds deluxe Miele appliances, custom lighting, and Polylac cabinetry.

In tribute to its name, The Light House’s heavenly skylights illuminate the townhouse condo’s four bedrooms, cozied by original and repurposed woodwork. Residents can luxuriate in three bathrooms, which feature stunning double vanities, a limestone Roman tub, and glass-enclosed walk-in showers.

To top off the breathtaking home, the apartment overlooks the gardens and palm trees of neighboring Dolores Park. Twin Peaks is also just a short walk away.

Nina Hatvany of Team Hatvany at Compass holds the glorious new listing.