DONA CROWDER PRESENTS
Clarendon Heights Contemporary View Home - $2,600,000 - SOLD
This dramatic modern home, with sweeping Golden Gate Bridge, north bay & east bay and city views, newly constructed in 1996, is set back from the street with a shared entry courtyard. There are 3 spacious bedrooms and 2.5 baths on four levels, featuring an open floor plan, high ceilings, front terraces, rear garden & patio, laundry, double garage with extra storage & work room. Elevator to all levels.
- Two car side by side garage, office and extra storage
- Truly spacious garage with work area and built-in shelving.
- Two bedrooms, one full bath
- Two spacious bedrooms with good closet space including a custom walk-in. Bath has shower over tub, granite counters.
- Great bay views.
- Master Suite, double walk-in closets and laundry room
- Sumptuous master bedroom has two oversized custom closets plus large master bath with clear glass steam shower and spa tub, double vanity. Sweeping views. Capacious centrally located laundry room.
- Open floor plan living room, dining room,, kitchen with fireplace, view terrace
- Designer chef’s kitchen features butler’s pantry, desk and sitting area, glass doors to the rear patio and garden. Built-in shelving, custom cabinets, preparation island. Built in and under counter refrigerators. Wet bar. Disappearing wall opens kitchen to the sweeping views.
- Powder room. Hardwood floors and a glass wall to the spacious view terrace.
- Open floor plan family room-library-entertainment center
- Sensational floor-to-ceiling built-in cabinetry surrounds the remarkable stone fireplace. Vaulted ceilings give a sense of space, combined with amazing views from Mt Diablo to Pt Reyes and rear garden outlook as well. Hidden wet-bar. Hardwood floors. Fully wired for audio/video, overhead speakers.
In the central part of San Francisco, north of Twin Peaks and east of Mount Sutro, lies Clarendon Heights. Boasting incredible views of both the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Clarendon Heights is also home to a wide spectrum of architecture. Tudors and villas blend comfortably with sleek modern homes in a neighborhood that's very well kept. Some of San Francisco's famous hills also reside here; no need for a health club membership. Just take a brisk walk around the neighborhood, use some of the convenient hillside stairs, and enjoy the views. Primarily a residential community, its hills presented a challenge to builders, but the opportunities for views inspired them to persevere. Many of the original dwellings still remain, giving the area an eclectic feel.