Sitting on a south-facing conrer lot in Pacific Heights, this Tudor revival abode was designed in 1933 by San Francisco starchitect Angus McSweeney. It just hit the market asking $10,000,000. The 6-bed, 5-bath, 3-half-bath home is a total of over 9,000 square feet on four levels. The home was fully restored and upgraded in 1999, and then underwent a lengthy renovation from 2005 to 2006. "Complete respect" was given to McSweeney's original vision during both remodels, so expect highlights like original architectural detailing galore and a lack of overdone modern features like blank white walls and too much recessed lighting.
· 2500 Divisadero [Curbed SF]