Theresa Collins & John Roach Present:
Handsome Lower Pacific Heights Residence - $1,850,000
Welcome to 2777 Pine Street
Constructed circa 1878, this well situated Lower Pacific Heights residence is a classic example of Italianate Victorian architecture. Its commanding façade, set back from the street, imparts a singular impression from first glance. Filled with handsome period detail, this inviting home expresses both charm and sophistication: characteristic high ceilings and rosettes, intricate moldings, bay windows, transom doors, wainscoting and softwood floors afford a traditional ambiance, while updated styling and systems offer modern convenience and comfort.
- Light-filled formal living room with angled bay window and ornate corbels plus an adjoining formal dining room with classical fireplace; both rooms have elaborate ceiling rosettes and chandeliers.
- Family room with beautiful built-in casework and decorative column moldings.
- Fully-appointed kitchen with custom cabinets, abundant granite counter work space, two ovens (Thermador oven & Wolf range), Asko dishwasher, SubZero refrigerator, and two sinks; lovely outlooks to the garden.
- Skylight on the second level infuses the entry foyer and graceful staircase with natural light.
- Master bedroom features a second angled bay window with corbels; en-suite marble bath with oversized stall shower.
- Two additional bedrooms (one with private south facing deck) and traditional hall bath.
- 1 car garage parking + one additional space in the driveway.
- Peaceful garden courtyard in rear
- Added Value: Legal 1BR Unit with separate street access (temporarily occupied by sellers.)
Rated 92 out of 100 on WalkScore.com, 2777 Pine is conveniently located near great retail and dining establishments in Laurel Village/Upper Sacramento and the Fillmore corridor, as well as being within close proximity of major public transportation, parks and museums.
Lower Pacific Heights
Lower Pacific Heights, a new name for an old neighborhood, lies between California and Sutter and Presidio and Franklin Streets. As the name suggests, this is a community that has undergone rapid gentrification as newcomers discovered its central location, proximity to MUNI bus lines (1,2,3,38,22), and great shopping along its main axis, Fillmore Street. Easy access to downtown and the freeway via Gough and Franklin Streets also shorten commute times considerably.
As property values have risen throughout the city, this neighborhood has become highly desirable. Most of the area is covered with San Francisco’s celebrated Victorians. Its new status as a growing, changing, and progressive neighborhood has given Lower Pacific Heights an air of dynamic sophistication. It offers a buffet of city living. Residents can choose from nightlife options that range from Blues at the Boom Boom Room, world class jazz offerings at the new Fillmore Heritage Center or the symphony, opera, and ballet in nearby Civic Center. Japantown, and its extraordinary urban mall offer restaurants and specialty retail stores. The local park, Alta Plaza, rewards those who climb the steps with astounding views of the city, north bay and Golden Gate Bridge. Those searching for inner peace can find sanctuary at the spacious and welcoming Yoga Works on Divisadero. Or just settle in at a sidewalk café and watch everyone else parade by. The area draws a variety of American and international tourists and is always well populated with an eclectic and interesting demographic.