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Lush, Peaceful San Fransisco Home Hits the Market

Neill Bassi of Sotheby's International Realty just listed a historic home in San Fransisco designed by famed architect William W. Wurster in 1940, which offers immense privacy, spectacular views, a warm yet modern vibe, and a peaceful and spa-like presence. 

The retreat located in the heart of Pacific Heights sets the smooth mood with crisp white walls paired with painstakingly restored original Douglas fir paneling.

Four different stories make up the abode, with the main level features living, dining, and kitchen areas as well as access to the beautifully landscaped garden complete with a beautiful, statement-making eucalyptus tree and outdoor dining and entertaining space.

The third level houses both the guest bedroom and principal suite, which includes a gas fireplace and a windowed walk-in closet. The fourth level, meanwhile, provides a family room, an office, another bedroom, and a balcony with postcard-worthy views.

Below everything, the ground level keeps things function-focused with a one-car garage, mudroom, and laundry room. An elevator keeps each floor connected. 

Priced at $6.295mm USD, head here for more info and intel.