1900 Arts & Crafts Mansion On San Francisco’s Russian Hill: $10M

1900 Arts & Crafts Mansion On San Francisco’s Russian Hill: $10M

View of the Golden Gate Bridge from Russian Hill home currently for sale in San Francisco. (redfin.com) Looking into the garden of Russian Hill home currently for sale in San Francisco. (redfin.com) SAN FRANCISCO, CA — This stunning home built in 1900 has both Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau influences, a comfortable atmosphere, and convenience built right into the home. It’s one of more than 1,000 San Francisco homes currently listed for sale on redfin.com.

The gated estate is on a large lot within a tranquil cul-de-sac at the crest of Russian Hill.

The Golden Gate Bridge is prominently visible from all levels, including the garden.

The elegant entryway immediately draws you to the focal point of sweeping views in an open floor plan designed for entertaining.

The home has 4 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, 2 half-baths, a formal dining room, 2 family rooms, 2 offices, a library, a bonus room, and a wine cellar. This elegant but not fussy bathroom has been fully updated. (Photo courtesy redfin.com) The lower level has a large rec room with a wet bar, and French doors that open to a limestone terrace and mature garden.

A delightful tea house is in the superbly landscaped garden. Tea house in the garden. (Photo courtesy redfin.com) Extensive renovations in the 2000s added an elevator, heated floors, sprinklers, and a steel and concrete foundation.

The asking price is $9,995,000.
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