1932 Oliver Rousseau-Designed Mediterranean Home Pending Sale in San Francisco, California

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1932 Oliver Rousseau-Designed Mediterranean Home Pending Sale in San Francisco, California

$2,798,000 | Built 1932 | 3,530 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 0.08 Acres
1598 36th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122
Magnificent Historic Masterpiece with Ocean Views! Exceptional rare opportunity to own one of the most iconic & distinguished homes in San Francisco. A historical landmark, this castle was custom-built & the original residence of renowned architect, Oliver Rousseau. Let the entry gate guide you to the stately front steps, homage to this castle’s enchanting past. With an abundance of custom updates, this property has comfortable ease, yet exudes richness at every turn: dramatic light filters in & casts shadows on the curvature, a rough-hewn wood beam ceiling draws you into the volume of the living room & intentional rounded doors mix seamlessly with antique lighting.
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Let the elegant iron-cladded staircase with an ornate stained glass window guide you upstairs to the awaiting 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, including a master suite with ocean views from the adjoined room perfect as an office/lounge/nursery. The main level features a gourmet kitchen & a formal dining room with more ocean views for the perfect gathering with family & friends. The lower level features a large entertainment area with a bar & direct access to the private backyard. In a convenient location, enjoy leisurely strolls along the green belt or to nearby Ocean Beach, GG Park,& storefronts on Noriega. Easy access to public transit/freeways. A rare-find!

Aimee Huangaimee.huang@compass.com • (415) 819-6580
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