Historic and iconic, the Pacific Heights Firehouse was transformed in the 1960s by renowned designer John Dickenson into one of Pacific Heights’ most chic residences. Former owners include former Gov. Jerry Brown as well as adman Hal Riney. The current owner - a collector of rare objects - has brilliantly refined the property to its present glory.
The Firehouse boasts dramatic open spaces with high ceilings as well as intimate areas. A first floor Great Room with soaring ceilings connects to a large, loft-like upper Living Room with a spectacular bookcase designed for the Governor as well as a bespoke fireplace. The adjacent custom Kitchen features hand-crafted stainless steel counters. The main residence has two Bedrooms, three & one-half Bathrooms plus an Office.
A landscaped Courtyard leads to a Guest Cottage featuring an additional Bedroom, full Bath and a Kitchen. Additional features include an elevator, large skylights, custom chandeliers and a wine cellar.