Historic Cow Hollow home with San Francisco Bay views listed

A San Francisco residence that dates back again to 1833 — when it was part of a plot of land granted to a calvaryman at the Presidio — right now provides uninterrupted sights of the bay from a rooftop deck and is for sale for $13.5 million.

Virtually 190 a long time ago, Apolinario Miranda, who married early settler and California rancher Juana Briones, became the operator of the Miranda Settlement, in accordance to a simple fact sheet from the Compass true estate agency. The Cow Hollow residence, which currently stands out for its meticulous renovation, bay sights and outstanding locale next to the Presidio, adjusted hands several times in the decades right after Miranda’s acquisition.

At some point, the home was made into 6 heaps. Architect August Headman designed six of the houses there, together with the home for sale at 2545-2547 Lyon Street.

Seller Peter Mark, a real estate developer, was attracted to the household due to the fact of its wealthy record and architecture, purchased the property and restored it.

“The existing owner introduced this historic home up to today’s criteria of engineering and know-how, such as adding a roof deck to satisfy the requirements and necessities of present-day proprietors,” stated Compass listing agent Ana T. L. Dierkhising in a statement to the Sacramento Bee.

“Perched on the threshold of the Presidio, the residence has a serene sensation about it whilst becoming close to the city lifetime in Cow Hollow.”

The 5-bed room, 7-toilet masterpiece is detached on four sides to increase the views, according to the property listing.

“A spectacular home boasting views of the Bay from the edge of the Presidio, this meticulously renovated, four-level home cues up simply livable significant-close structure,” the listing suggests.

The 1923 home has French doors and arched home windows to permit in the light and breeze. There’s a dwelling place fireplace and a dwelling office environment with a conceal-away bar.

The household “has been masterfully reimagined, keeping period of time touches although updating for fashionable-working day,” according to the listing.

The 4,525-sq.-foot property, with an open up-flooring notion, blends European oak flooring, ornamental beams, unlacquered brass finishes, specialised plaster partitions and leathered quartzite “in a symphony of components,” states the house listing.

A key suite offers of a fire and lavish ensuite bathrooms.

The rooftop level’s bi-fold doorways open up up to a 600-square-foot deck with a frameless glass railing for uninterrupted sights of San Francisco Bay.

This tale was originally published August 1, 2022 1:52 PM.

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