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Renovated Pac Heights William Wurster asks $7.25 million

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This modern masterpiece is one of the best from the former dean of UC Berkeley's school of architecture

Northern California's father of modernism, William Wurster, built many cherished homes in the Bay Area that feature his signature modernist designs. Among them are this St. Francis Wood standout, a 1935 Presidio Heights beauty, and most recently, this stunner at 3610 Washington that nabbed a cool $11,300,001.

And now this week another one Wurster’s houses hits the market, a 1953 design at 10 Normandie Terrace. And it’s been renovated in what could be considered the nicest and most complimentary way possible.

Coming in at three beds and five baths, this widely substantial and wildly luxe place features an elevator to all floors, wine room, and private backyard, updated kitchen and baths, and more.

The staircase nestled against a wall of windows adds a glorious touch to an already bonkers abode. And dig those wraparound terraces. Even housing purists might—might!—agree that this renovation isn’t at all half bad.

Last sold in 1975 for $250,000, it lands on the market today at $7,250,000.