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Completely unique piece of San Francisco History. Once the Presidio home of Commodore Pershing, this historic home was moved to its current location in 1915 and lovely & completely renovated in 2010. Extraordinary craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout. The fully detached, two level home is set back and perched above the street on a double-wide lot allow for wide and gracious living spaces and natural light throughout. The floor plan boat gracious and expansive rooms with five bedrooms, four and half bath 3,578 square foot, large living and dining rooms, delightful entry foyer, gallery, family room and truly gourmet kitchen. Subtle grading and landscaping provides numerous outdoor spaces and outlooks. One car garage parking and large parking pad (unwarranted)
Highlights and Features:
Living Room and Dinning Room
Lower Floor Hall Bath
Located in Golden Gates Heights, and only about the size of a city block, Grand View Park is one of the best kept secrets in the Bay Area. With views that can't be beat, the surrounding landscape, home to many native species of flora, gives nature lovers a peek at what our city looked like before it was settled. Half mile to the south, Golden Gate Heights Park is truly a crown jewel of a neighborhood park, and a perennial favorite for dog owners, tennis buffs, and families who take their picnicking seriously. There happily exist a number of secluded woodsy walks, and play areas for kids that will make parents just as content as little ones.
Insight into life in Golden Gate Heights is perfectly reflected by these two extraordinary outdoor spaces. Single family homes perched on picturesque winding streets, this neighborhood delivers all the advantages San Francisco has to offer while remaining a peaceful escape for families young and old. While the homes express a great architectural diversity, the one characteristic they all share is remarkable views.
A relaxing stroll in Golden Gate Heights could lead you to Moraga and Lawton Street Stair walks where you could catch an inspiring sunset view like no other. Further on, you might make your way down to the Inner Sunset for all the exciting dining options. No shortage of lively options, there are enough shops and pubs, frequented often by UCSF students, to make for a steady stream of relaxing adventure.