Home of the Week: Classical Styling, Penthouse Views in S.F.’s Beautiful Pacific Heights
San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood is known for its beautiful homes and stunning views, and you’d be hard put to find a better example of either than our latest Home of the Week, at 2170 Jackson St., No. 5.
Occupying the top two floors of a six-story cooperative, this gorgeous home offers elegance and European charm, plus sweeping, 360-degree Bay vistas and cityscapes.
The classical, freestanding building was built in 1925. An elevator ushers visitors to a private foyer on the main level, which features formal living areas, three bedrooms, and three-and-a-half baths.
The dramatic penthouse on the upper level is ideal for entertaining, with its spectacular views of the Bay, second kitchen, half bath, and private terrace.
The interior presents high ceilings, hardwood floors, quality workmanship, and old-world charm.
Rated a “walker’s paradise,” the neighborhood boasts easy access to nearby shops, and a half-dozen transit lines located within a quarter-mile of the front door.
Of special note: The price on this one-of-a-kind home has recently been reduced by $1 million.
- 10 rooms, 4,676 square feet
- Two wood-burning fireplaces
- One indoor parking space
Offered at $5,500,000. Learn more about 2170 Jackson St., No. 5, San Francisco.