c.1889 Queen Anne Victorian by Architect Samuel Newsom lists in San Francisco for $20M (PHOTOS)

c.1889 Queen Anne Victorian by Architect Samuel Newsom lists in San Francisco for $20M

$19,950,000 | Built c.1889 | 7,050 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.087 Acres
2602 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, California, United States, 94115

A 7,050 square foot Queen Anne Victorian on San Francisco’s Pacific Avenue has hit the market for $20 million. Originally designed by architect Samuel Newsom and built on a 0.086 acre lot in 1889, the home was thoughtfully renovated in 2018 at the direction of Nicole Hollis, impeccably blending original elements with contemporary style. Spread across four levels, there are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a three-car garage, formal living and dining rooms, two family rooms and an elevator connecting each level. The generous, welcoming foyer flows to a living room with modern lighting and a handsome marble fireplace, a formal dining room, and a family room with built-ins and a wall of glass affording breathtaking views of Alcatraz and the Bay and access to a patio. 

Cooks will appreciate the kitchen’s open floor plan, the stunning Calcutta marble-wrapped island and plentiful storage space. A grand skylit stairway rises to the bedroom level, hosting the impressive master suite and two light-filled bedrooms, both with en-suite baths and fireplaces. The master enjoys the incredible views through the gracefully curved bay window, a chic dressing room, and a sumptuous bay-view bath. In the pent-room, which includes a well-outfitted media area and bar, a wall of glass offers dazzling views of the bay, and opens to an enviable patio. Down the hall are two tranquil bedrooms that share a marble bath and a refined powder room. The lowest level includes a spacious family room that opens through a wall of floor-to-ceiling doors to a covered heated patio and is adjoined by a flex space. A temperature-controlled wine room, timeless full bath, laundry room, thoughtful mudroom, and the three-car garage complete the home. It’s on the market for $20 million with Neill Bassi of Sotheby’s International Realty.























 

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