At the pinnacle of Russian Hill on the renowned flat block of Green Street, there is a historic collection of notable homes known as the Paris Block. This three-level Edwardian designed by Harvey Edgar Harris makes a commanding first impression alongside a diverse collection of architecturally significant homes of varying styles. One of just 75 single-family homes in a neighborhood of roughly 400 residences, this three-level home has secure pedestrian and driveway entrances. The freshly painted exterior showcases circa 1911 details of dentil moldings and the front bowed windows. Commissioned stained glass introduces the home and is found inside on the stairwell and main entrance door, all depicting scenes of the San Francisco Bay. Fine hardwood floors are inlaid with a Greek keyline feature strip in the public rooms along with classic crown moldings and built-in cabinetry. The front living room and formal dining room await entertaining, served by a remodeled kitchen with granite finishes, stainless steel appliances, and defined space for casual dining. A rear patio and steps down to the private south garden invite al fresco enjoyment. Rounding out the public rooms is a lower-level family room with extensive built-ins, including an entire wall with integrated laundry service concealed by Shoji screens.
The home’s personal living space comprise four bedrooms, a dedicated office, plus 3.5 well-appointed baths. Upstairs is the spacious primary suite with ensuite bath plus two south facing bedrooms, one with private patio, and a bath. On the lower level, the fourth bedroom and bath offer a wonderful space, along with the family room, creating an extended family living quarters or guest accommodations. The office, also on the lower-level, features custom built-ins and has a convenient outside entrance. A detached one car garage plus off-street parking for up to four cars adds the ultimate for city living.
The affluent neighborhood of Russian Hill, one of San Francisco’s most historically significant areas, is sought after for its combination of urban elegance with charming neighborhood cafes and shops on Hyde and Polk streets, recreational activities at numerous neighborhood parks, as well as San Francisco cable cars and charming “stairway” streets. The Financial District and all the excitement of North Beach are also nearby – the ultimate setting for distinguished city living.
Courtesy of Steven Gothelf
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