Of all the beautiful homes and grand manors in coveted Pacific Heights, the recently restored residence at 2250 Vallejo Street stands out as one of the finest. The home’s grand presence catches the eye with its striking white Beaux Arts façade, intricately carved embellishments, and decorative columns that stand sentry at the portico entrance. The property was originally designed in 1901 by the noted architect James Francis Dunn, who is noted for several extravagant buildings in The City. Now the property has been completely transformed into a 21st century masterpiece by renowned Los Angeles-based architect Paul McClean. Positioned on a flat block on the crest of a hill, the property is perfectly situated to take full advantage of the unobstructed 180-degree views that encompass the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, and the majestic waters of the San Francisco Bay. Co-presented by Malin Giddings, Coldwell Banker.