Inspired by our sister site in Washington DC, here are a handful of San Francisco homes featuring lush gardens. While many a San Francisco home comes with a backyard boasting a patch of concrete and a few plants, these five homes have thoughtful little oases bursting with greenery, ideal for parties or for just kicking back after a hard day at work.
↑ This Cow Hollow home at 2557 Filbert comes with a central garden that’s shared with two other homes. Coming in at six beds, four baths, and an ample 6,085 square feet, asking is $12,000,000.
↑ In Presidio Heights, this Georgian-style home at 3444 Washington is one of San Francisco’s priciest properties on the market. It also comes with a garden that also doubles as a theater. Featuring six beds, six baths, grand staircase, a mahogany paneled elevator, wine cellar, and 9,074 square feet, asking is $18,000,000.
↑ Up in Pacific Heights a circa 1908 house at 2455 Vallejo, comes with a terraced garden with a hot tub. In addition to soaking time, it comes with art, manicured shrubbery, and an alfresco dining area. It could be yours for a cool $7,450,000.
↑ Some gardens are too lush to hide in the back. This one, located in Russian Hill at 1050 Filbert, features a garden in the front, living in the back. It even has a water element to boot! Lovely. Featuring three beds, three and a half baths, and 2,685 square feet, asking is $3,950,000.
↑ If the Noe Valley Victorian “sisters” don’t zing your heart strings with untouched period details (stained glass, iron fixtures, cow emblems surrounding the facade), the back garden will. A charming spot, it comes with a pond and bridge. Asking is $2,900,000.