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Exquisite Albert Farr-designed Belvedere home asks $7.9M

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Built in 1904

Photos by Jason Wells Photography, courtesy of Compass

This gingerbread house with double gables, perched high on the hill in Belvedere, is a treat for anyone suffering from midcentury overload or contemporary burnout.

Designed by Albert Farr (who, in addition to conceiving homes in Sea Cliff, Pacific Heights, and St. Francis Wood, designed the Wolf House for Jack London), this six-bed, five-and-a-half-bath, 5,574-square-foot home at 334 Golden Gate Avenue seeks $7,995,000.

Details include intricate woodwork throughout the home: built-ins, paneling, and exposed beams. There are, of course, views of the bay and Angel Island, which are typical for most properties in Belvedere, made all the more plentiful by the home’s abundance of windows.

Also of note, the front door is a dutch door. Swoon. And there’s a separate private guest house that’s basically a two-story single-family home.

The listing is through Shana Rohde-Lynch of Compass.

Entryway. (Note the dutch door.)
Living room.
Another living room.
Master bedroom.
Master bath with closet shower.