Home of the Week: A Two-Story Penthouse in San Francisco

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from an award winning home in Kelowna to a seriously hip penthouse in one of San Francisco’s trendiest neighborhoods.

If I were in the market for a 3-4 million dollar home on the west coast, this two story penthouse condo in San Francisco would be right at the top of my list! The 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath home is listed for $3,995,000 and checks every box for discerning home shoppers looking for a modern and hip home in one of America’s hottest cities.

The home recently underwent an extensive remodel that outfitted the property with contemporary and custom top of the line finishes and appliances. The space is open and airy and feels more like an expansive two story home than a condo. In addition to the clean and luxurious interior, the home also features a gorgeous terrace off of the second floor that offers up spectacular San Francisco city and bay views. I’d spend countless hours up there enjoying the outdoor fireplace and striking up great conversation with friends!

The home is located in Pacific Heights and is conveniently located near many of San Francisco’s “hot spots”. You’re within walking distance of Alta Plaza Park and Fillmore/Sacramento Street, which feature some of the best shopping, dining and entertaining options in the entire city.

The home also comes “Nest” ready for radiant heating control and it also has a Sonos ready audio/visual system. Click here if you’d like to see more of this luxurious and uniquely renovated condo listed by Maximillian Armour with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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