Designed by Houghton Sawyer in 1912 for sugar baron Adolph Spreckels and his wife Alma, as their first residence, this Neo-Classic palazzo stands out amongst many Georgian and Victorian homes in San Francisco. The elegant mansion is surrounded by one of the largest residential gardens in Pacific Heights and has panoramic Bay views from the Golden Gate Bridge to Russian Hill. This home has been retrofitted for seismic integrity and extensively upgraded and modernized while preserving the original wood work and exquisite craftsmanship. The European interiors and well-designed floor plan promotes an openness and easy flow between living spaces. This exquisite home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms, a family kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, library, media room with dining and kitchen, study, linen/sewing room, six wood-burning fireplaces, elevator, park-like garden, state of the art security system and garage.
Offered @ $11,500,000