This stunning Spanish Mediterranean home was originally built in 1929 and has had only 3 owners. The current owners have meticulously remodeled the home while retaining many of the original and iconic architectural details. The home is reminiscent of a bygone era of entertaining in a grand style. All of the public rooms are gracious in scale with high ceilings and grand spaces for friends and family to enjoy. Overlooking the Palace of Fine Arts, this iconic location is ideal for enjoying the best of San Francisco with walks to Chestnut Street, Chrissy Field, Fort Mason, and bike rides across the Golden Gate Bridge. The home has 3 levels with 5 bedrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 3 fireplaces and a large eat-in kitchen. The kitchen boasts top of the line appliances that include a double oven Miele Range and a state of the art Sub Zero refrigerator. The lower level media room has a drop down screen for movie nights. There are far too many details to list. The home is a must see!
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- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bath
- 1 Master Suite
- .5 Bath/Powder
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bath
- Family Room
- Tub in Master Bdrm
- Gas Range
- Built-In Oven
- Double Oven
- Garbage Disposal
- Granite Counter
- Breakfast Area
Attached, Garage, Auto Door
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More About Marina
Rapid growth in The Marina occurred following the 1915 Panama Pacific Explosion, an event that was staged after the 1906 earthquake to celebrate San Francisco’s reemergence as a vibrant, thriving City that was back on its feet and ready for business. Today, the stylish 1920s-inspired apartments and flats that resulted from that growth still remain in immaculate form.
As the host of the San Francisco World’s Fair, the Marina District was gifted with the Palace of Fine Arts. It now serves as the neighborhood’s anchor and icon.
In a Few Words
Young and fun.
When it comes to things to do, The Marina delivers:
On a clear day, this rooftop neighborhood is a prime spot to see some of the most remarkable sunsets anywhere. Equally dramatic is watching the fog tumble under and over the Golden Gate Bridge to blanket the City.
Why The Marina?
Subtle details make The Marina’s streets feel quaint, yet the lovely vintage details found in so many of the homes, like parquet hardwood flooring, wood-burning fireplaces, arched doorways and entryways covered in mosaic tiles, make wandering aimlessly through The Marina is a joy within itself.
- Play catch or fly kites at the Marina Green Park, or jog beside the shoreline on Crissy Field.
- Brace the open waters for a swim at the Golden Gate Yacht Club, or browse one of the many festivals and farmer's markets at Fort Mason Center.
- Grab a bite at Bistro Aix, Ace Wasabi, Greens, The Tipsy Pig, Circa, The Plant Cafe, and the critically acclaimed A16.
- Pick up a gift or find something for the home at Books Inc., and Pottery Barn.
- Meet a friend for coffee at the Coffee Roastery or Chestnut Bakery.
- Schedule a babysitter and treat your significant other to date night at the Presidio Theatre and the Marina Theatre.
- Grab a drink and bite to eat at a number of hot spots including: Reed and Greenough, Delarosa, Risto Bar, or Mamacitas.