This magnificent home is located on one of the most desirable streets in Pacific Heights and enjoys amazing views of the sparkling San Francisco Bay. The home at 2900 Vallejo extends over four gracious levels totaling approximately 8,675 square feet, and was originally designed by noted Bay Area architect Louis M. Upton, who designed several other elegant Pacific Heights mansions. Set on corner lot, the residence grandly portrays its classic Spanish-Italian Renaissance architectural features.
The home's main level features a series of light-filled venues, each one a destination that offers endless possibilities. Greet guests in the grand foyer then serve refreshments in the adjoining reception salon while finishing up a call in the nearby study. At the northern end of the level is the formal dining salon, where expansive bay windows capture postcard-perfect Bridge and Bay views. Completing the level is a sunny gourmet kitchen with top-quality appliances, plus an adjoining breakfast nook and family gathering area that opens to both the veranda and garden terrace.
An elevator and two staircases ascend to the upper levels, where a grand-scale living room offers north- and east-facing views through a full bank of picture windows, a club room with space for lounging and the romantic master bedroom suite has two luxurious bathrooms with large separate dressing rooms and outlooks of the Bay and Alcatraz. Crowning the four-level design is the top-level den with terrace, where the vistas seem to stretch forever. Equally as magnificent is the family room with domed ceiling, while two bedroom suites offer privacy and solitude for family members.
Downstairs, a fully equipped guest quarters has separate access to the street, an exercise room promotes a healthy and active lifestyle, a large laundry center with pantry adds convenience, and two separate garages with parking for four vehicles offer security and peace of mind.