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Features

This contemporary custom three level residence, built in 1999, enjoys sweeping views from the Golden Gate, Marin Headlands and Mt. Tam, past Sausalito, Alcatraz and distant east bay hills to downtown San Francisco high rises and marinas… an ever-changing dynamic scene, simply awesome!

A completely residential neighborhood located on the hillsides of Twin Peaks, the area is surrounded by open spaces featuring walking and biking trails, and is home to a variety of architectural styles including newer modern homes as well as midcentury residences and historic cottages.

  • Three Levels over Garage
  • Apprx 4400 square feet, 4 bedroom/3.5 bath
  • High Ceilings, Crown Moldings, Hardwood Floors
  • Chef’s Kitchen with Adjacent Family Room
  • Spacious Living Room, Formal Dining Room
  • Split Level Open Floor Plan, Fireplace
  • Pano View Grand Primary Suite
  • Large Front View Terraces, Side Deck and Roof Access
  • 3-Car Garage + 2-Car Driveway Parking
  • Extra Storage and Workshop
  • Gated Private Entry Portal
  • Elevator to all Floors

This contemporary detached residence, owned by the same family since construction, features custom finishes and enjoys panoramic iconic views from the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate and Marin Headlands, past Alcatraz and the east bay to downtown San Francisco. Wide terraces opening from floor to ceiling glass sliding doors invite indoor/outdoor living in this central and friendly neighborhood, the highest elevation residential neighborhood in the city. Nearby green open spaces with walking and biking trails provide a serene resort-like quality for living in the very center of the city. The top floor features split-level, high ceiling open areas that include the modern chef’s kitchen and family room + adjacent deck, formal living room and spacious living room with fireplace and built-ins. The mid-level grand primary suite has full natural light and views, a step out veranda, walk-in closets and spa bath. Also on this level is a guest bedroom currently used as an office/den with additional hall bath and laundry. The entry level foyer library also leads to a two bedroom family suite, with access to an oversized veranda. Wide stairs lead from the foyer to the ground level entry passage and oversized garage with EV charger, abundant storage areas & workshop. Newer systems. Hardwood floors.     Elevator to all floors. Come home to this remarkable urban sanctuary!

 

Neighborhood

Clarendon Heights

This is a centrally located, residential San Francisco neighborhood of primarily detached single family homes on the east slope of Twin Peaks, facing the city and surrounded by acres of natural open spaces, hiking and biking trails, with undoubtedly the best panoramic views of the city and bay.

This community is also home to a wide spectrum of architectural styles, including a mixture of Tudors and Villas as well as Mid-Century Modern, Sleek Contemporary homes and quaint bungalows & cottages. Rightfully motivated by the panoramic views, the homes were built into the hillside, complete with stone stairways and terraced flat streets to help residents navigate the neighborhood on foot.

While it resembles a completely upscale suburban environment, the compact community is also home to connecting arteries along Clarendon Avenue and Twin Peaks Boulevard, a portion of the SF 49-Mile Scenic Drive, providing links to amenities found in neighboring shopping districts like Cole Valley, Noe Valley, the Inner Sunset and West Portal.

Tank Hill, in the northeastern corner of the neighborhood, is a hidden park and local favorite as well as a city destination, with a rustic pathway leading down to Cole Valley.

Sutro Tower hovers over the city from here and its beacon can be seen from all over the bay area. Clarendon School is one of the most sought after public schools in the city.

Clarendon Heights offers a serene respite in an ideal location with a calm undertone that lures residents looking for a peaceful life within the city.

 

Twin Peaks

It's all downhill from Twin Peaks. Literally. These are two prominent hills with an elevation of about 925 feet, only nearby Mt. Davidson is higher at 928 feet. The 31 acre protected Natural Area is mostly undeveloped and is a preserve for native fauna including Red Tail Hawks and the Mission Blue Butterfly as well as indigenous plant life.

Twin Peaks offers the ultimate views of the city within the bay. On a foggy night, watching the lights of the city far below, and listening to the toll of the fog horns, it’s easy to believe you are standing on the prow of a ship in the middle of the ocean.

Instead you are close to the geographic center of San Francisco. Stroll down one hill and you are in Cole Valley, with access to Golden Gate Park, a tidy retail district of shops and restaurants, the N-Judah and an easy commute downtown or to Ocean Beach. In the other direction, straight down 17th Street, the Castro lies stretched out at the foot of the hill, serviced by Muni Metro. Hugging the slopes of Twin Peaks, the quiet, curving streets lead to distinctive homes offering varied unobstructed views of the city below.

Enjoy nature on the adjacent hiking trails around Mt. Sutro within Sutro Forest, a 61 acre open space reserve which is situated between Clarendon Avenue and the UCSF campus and medical center.

 

Schedule

Showings by Appointment:
Contact Dona Crowder
(415) 310-5933
[email protected]

Contact


Dona Crowder

Broker AssociateColdwell Banker | Global LuxuryDRE# 00570185(415) 310-5933 mobilewww.DonaCrowder.com

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