Architecturally Significant Townhouse
Built in 1995 this stunning four level condominium has three bedrooms, three baths and 2-Car Parking as well as extra storage. A sky-lit elevator serves all levels, including the secured garage. The townhouse's beautifully and generously proportioned rooms boast magnificent views that include the San Francisco Bay and Bay Bridge, the city skyline centered on the Transamerica Pyramid, and of course, Coit Tower. By day and by night the views are magical. Masterfully and ingeniously designed by renowned architect, Rod Freebairn-Smith, the seller states that the property is "anchored in bedrock and is situated in San Francisco's most favorable earthquake hazard zone". The building also has "full-height steel frames front and rear, is fully sprinklered with wired smoke and fire detectors throughout", according to the seller. The split-level high-ceiling view great room centers on a three-sided fireplace and has a fully retractable wall of glass doors opening to a large balcony.