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A stately Pacific Heights home hits the market for $6.5M

The enclosed porch alone is nicer than most San Francisco studios

This utterly exquisite Pacific Heights pad is what you think of when you think of San Francisco’s toniest neighborhood—grand, exceeding, superfluous, expensive. But this isn’t your average Pac Heights abode. It’s expansive and airy, with loads of natural light that makes this big home appear even larger than it is.

Coming in at four beds, four and a half baths, and approximately 4,200 square feet, this 1925 detached corner house has been carefully remodeled and updated over the years. The bathrooms and kitchen are particularly calming yet massive.

And the tiered garden is an ideal entertaining compliment to this multi-layered home.

And do clock the gorgeously tiled terrace with views of the bay.

We also have to give props to the staircase, too. Why? Because so many pricey San Francisco homes come with a steep price tags minus a storybook staircase. But not 2255 Octavia. No, this places comes with a wood banister staircase that borders on sweeping.

Asking is $6,500,000.