In San Francisco’s quaint, upscale community of Russian Hill, home to the famously crooked Lombard Street, a 4-bedroom home is now up for grabs.
And it comes with some of the best views money can buy.
Beautifully updated, the 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom single-family home features the timeless architecture typical for the area, and a rooftop terrace with a wet bar and phenomenal views of the San Francisco area facing south, west, and north — including views of Lombard Street which is a crossroad for this home.
Located at 2300 Leavenworth St, on the northeast corner of Leavenworth and Lombard, the 1913-built property is part of the historic Castle Court gated community — which has ties to the Fay family (Fay Brothers Soap Factory founder David Fay owned a house here too, later rebuilt by his descendants and now known as the Fay-Berrigan House and Park).
Listed for $3,495,000, the ideally located San Francisco home is listed with The Swann Group, affiliated with Coldwell Banker Realty.
Inside, the entry level offers a spacious flex space for a media room, office, or guest space, with a full bath and gym. The main living floor is up one level and features an open kitchen, dining, living, and office with South, West, and Northern views.
The top floor has three bedrooms, a full bath, and direct access to the rooftop terrace.
A true showstopper that makes the most of the home’s great San Francisco location, the rooftop terrace offers picture-perfect views of Alcatraz, Coit Tower, the Bay Bridge, the skyline of the financial district, and the world-renowned flowering crooked street.
Its sought-after location in Russian Hill places it mere moments away from the excellent amenities of Hyde Street, North Beach, the Polk Street corridor, and Fay Park.
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