Empty $9.95M Russian Hill Tudor Revival Hits the Market in San Francisco, CA (PHOTOS)

Empty $9.95M Russian Hill Tudor Revival Hits the Market in San Francisco, CA

$9,950,000 | Built 1914 | 6,305 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 0.13 Acres
898 Francisco Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94109
Built in 1914 on a 0.13 acre property on the north slope of Russian Hill, this 6,300 square foot Tudor Revival is on the market for $9.95 million in San Francisco, California. This magnificent six-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bathroom home offers both classic elegant and comfortable living with everything you need for today’s lifestyle. Enjoy over 6,300 square feet of interior space with a newly renovated kitchen, extra spaces for at-home work and study, gym/exercise room, wine cellar, attached two-car garage, private and serene garden and a new park across the street for more outdoor recreation and enjoyment. An adjacent 40-foot x 60-foot lot is also available for $3 million if purchased with the home.

The four-storey home, memorialized in Evgeny Lushpin’s “Evening Journey”, is architecturally magnificent and has been well maintained, with all the recent updates designed to flow seamlessly with the home’s original period detail and charm. The newly transformed eat-in kitchen includes custom cabinets and countertops, new appliances, raised ceilings with beams and recessed lighting, all-new windows and new wood flooring, with the entry to the dining room now expanded for greater flow. The updated powder room and beautifully refinished wood floors throughout complete this dazzling first-floor makeover. On this level there is also a library with a wood-burning fireplace, a formal classic dining room with beautiful leaded-glass windows and original wood detail, and an elegant living room featuring a large wood-burning fireplace and windows with big views of the bay. The kitchen offers sweeping views of the north bay extending from the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, Mt. Tamalpais, Ghirardelli Square, Alcatraz, Aquatic Park and beyond, as well as direct indoor access to the two-car garage. The exterior has been fully repainted in a beautiful shade of white for a fresh and contemporary look. The property is on the market for $9.95 million with Mark Levinson of Compass.