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Stylish, sophisticated and impeccably preserved Victorian in Pacific Heights
Located on a coveted residential block in the heart of Pacific Heights, this 4-unit pristine Stick-style Victorian offers stylish living in a full floor flat, within a meticulously maintained building that radiates ambiance, culture and historical charm.
Built in the late 1800’s by DF McGraw—the same builder of the classic Alamo Square Victorians—2904 Jackson Street served as a distinguished single-family home until World War I, when the property was converted into four separate residences—as well as servants quarters—to house members of the military stationed in San Francisco.
Since 1972 a single, continuous owner occupied the full floor owners unit, and has impeccably maintained the building and made every effort to preserve the historical integrity of the property and Victorian artisan touches for future generations to enjoy.
With a stunning Victorian façade, the exterior building boasts decorative embellishments such as gold leaf painted cornice woodwork, and signature crests and floral designs as well as new landscaping. Enter the building into a formal entry foyer, where a grand hallway containing original wooden staircase, historical suitor window, and banister rise to the upper units, framed overhead by a vintage skylight surrounded by intricate woodwork.
Walk inside the elegant owner unit, a 1,400 square foot, full floor flat, and you’re transported back in time into a light and airy double parlor with majestic 12 foot ceilings, framed by original elaborate decorative moldings and a large bay window with antique glass with led framing. Open wood beams on the ceilings, two antique gas pipe chandeliers, a decorative marble fireplace and original refinished hardwood flooring, make this room a natural fit for sophisticated entertaining in high style.
A vintage double pocket wooden door separates the double parlor from a large eat-in remodeled kitchen, complete with wood-burning brick fireplace, original wainscoting, as well as all the essential conveniences of a modern kitchen, including Thermador range, Miele dishwasher and granite countertops. Beyond the kitchen is a large, sunny en-suite bedroom with French doors opening out to a quaint sheltered rear garden, where mindful landscaping, brick patio and a soothing Italian fountain provide a tranquil balance to urban living. With an additional door out to the garden, the adjoining remodeled bathroom features a separate shower and Jacuzzi tub.
Step out onto the street and you’re in the highly desirable Pacific Heights neighborhood, a block from Alta Plaza Park, featuring break-taking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz and the Presidio. A short stroll through the enviable microclimate of the hillside neighborhood brings you to the exclusive shopping and world-class dining of Fillmore & Sacramento Streets, as well as to the finest private schools in San Francisco.
Additional Property Features:
Unit #1 First Floor Front, Studio Unit, Rented month to month $1138
Unit #2 First Floor Rear, Unwarranted Studio, Vacant, Projected Rent $1500
Unit #3 Top Floor Front, Studio Unit, Rented month to month $1075
Unit #4 Top Floor Rear, 1 Bedroom Unit, Vacant, Projected Rent $3500
Unit #5 Middle Floor, Full Floor Owner’s Flat, Vacant, Projected Rent $5000