Too often in San Francisco, multi-million-dollar properties are built, renovated, and exchanged, all of them with lackluster staircases. Such a shame. So drama-free. So listless. Without naming names, homes upward of $5 million offer muted, rinky-dink stairs that have all the glamour of an office building stairwell.
But not 465 Marina.
Featuring six beds, five and a half baths, and roughly 5,420 square feet, this Spanish-Med gem, right across the street from the Marina Green, boasts a circular staircase replete with wooden stairs and banister.
Of coure, it’s hardly a sweeping staircase fit for Norma Desmond’s final descent, but it’s still comparatively grand for San Francisco real estate.
But that’s not all: Other choice details include new hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, fireplace, and large picture windows with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
And do note the window in the master bedroom’s closet. Little touches like that are what take properties to the next level.
Asking is $8,995,000.