Breath slowly, readers. With views from virtually every angle,100 Palo Alto Avenue takes you to a higher elevation. We mean, actually to the "highest"- this is the highest residential street in San Francisco, of which generous use of floor to ceiling glass in the home takes full advantage. The former abode of San Francisco's 33rd mayor, Elmer E. Robinson, this mid-century stunner features 4-beds, 4.5-baths and a gleaming kitchen on the main level, plus 3-beds, 2-baths, a wine cellar and gym on the lower level. Eat inside (with the views!) or on the courtyard (with the views!). If you're in love, you have to hurry. The property is currently contingent after a price slash of $300,000. We're not saying $4,695,000 is a bargain, but it's substantially less than the home fetched in 2008, when it sold for a heady $5,525,000.
· 100 Palo Alto Avenue [Estately]