San Francisco Mansion
San Francisco, CA
Built in 1904 for the prominent industrialist and financier Julius Mack, this timeless residence of uncompromising elegance from the Beaux-Arts era is gracefully situated on the corner of one of the City’s premier residential blocks in the heart of Pacific Heights, one of the most pricey and elegant neighborhoods in the City by the Bay.
With extraordinarily unique architectural features, grand-scale rooms, lovely views of the Bay and City lights, and a wonderful quality of light and openness, this Renaissance Revival-style mansion affords an elegant contemporary lifestyle while enjoying the unforgettable glamour and timeless elegance of another era.
This residence’s many amenities include eight bedrooms, seven baths, two powder rooms, seven fireplaces, two libraries, four offices, sitting room, two terraces, formal dining room, kitchen with separate butler’s pantry, ballroom converted into a giant family/entertainment room, and motor court for six to seven cars parking.
Joel Goodrich of Coldwell Banker holds the listing and this stunning home was also featured in the San Francisco Chronicle.