What a sunny bowl full of joy to come across a circa 1900 Victorian in tony Pacific Heights only to discover that—quelle surprise—it hasn’t fallen victim to an antiseptic renovation. And that’s exactly what you will find at 2407 Sacramento.
From the outside, the house at 2440 Scott looks graceful yet tepid like many of the tony Pac Heightsmansion nearby. But once inside the 1922 house, you will see a contemporary interior care of designer Douglas Boggs.
Located directly across the street from Alta Plaza Park in tony Pacific Heights, the home at 2205 Scott stood as quite the looker, even in an area rife with stellar abodes. Coming in at three bedrooms, two and two half baths, and 3,168 square feet, it went up for sale, privately, care of Joel Goodrich.
In an effort to jumpstart your new year into the realm of property-owning possibility, our first home listing should be one of (almost) affordability. This loft-like one-bedroom condo in Pacific Heights (Pacific Heights!) should fit the bill nicely.
As the year draws to a close, Curbed SF asked bigwigs in San Francisco’s architectural, design, and x-factor/je ne sais quois industries to give us their thoughts on 2016, architecturally-speaking. Revealed here are their favorite building projects of the year.