MAGNIFICENT PACIFIC HEIGHTS BEAUX-ARTS MANSION WITH BAY AND GOLDEN GATE VIEWS ON ALTA PLAZA PARK
2640 Jackson Street, San Francisco , CA 9415
Prominently situated on one of the City’s more iconic mansion-lined blocks gracing historic Alta Plaza Park, this Pacific Heights Beaux Arts-era Jewel features exceptionally grand-scaled rooms, irreplaceable architectural detailing, stunning views of the Bay to the North, and beautiful outlooks over the Park and City to the South.
The magnificently proportioned public rooms work beautifully for family life as well as large social, philanthropic, cultural and business occasions. Just off the elegant dining room, the cozy eat-in kitchen provides an inviting space stepping out to the North terrace and park-like garden- perfect for casual everyday living while enjoying picture-postcard views of the Bay.
This exquisite residence is nestled in the heart of Pacific Heights, amongst other magnificent mansions and stately consulates. It is within easy walking distance to the trend-setting boutiques and popular restaurants of Fillmore, Union, Chestnut, and Sacramento Streets. For open space, it is also walkable to some of the world’s most beautiful parks and beaches. Its perfect location, just a short drive to the world-class tech and finance hubs of SoMa and the Financial District, has easy access to the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin & California’s world-renowned Wine Country.
The location, style and sweeping views of this elegant residence provide a quintessentially San Francisco lifestyle and offer a luxurious urban experience in one of the City’s most sought-after and vibrant historical neighborhoods.
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- 9 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms, powder room, formal dining room, two family rooms, three terraces, large back patio/ garden and 8 fireplaces
- 2-car tandem garage plus 3-car outside parking
- 7,772 square feet as per appraisal, 5,925 square feet as per tax records; buyer to independently verify
5,819 Square Foot lot as per City of San Francisco Tax Records
- Originally built circa 1889 and re-designed in 1916
- Top level added in 1954
- Single family with guest/ staff quarters.
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