Historic San Francisco Home

Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union Real Estate in San Francisco is thrilled to be representing this incredible new listing, 3500 Jackson Street, a historic, Tudor-style mansion in Presidio Heights. Built in 1909 for Leon and Elizabeth Roos, 2017 marks the first time this property has ever been on the market. The 10,313 square-foot home has undergone some updates but the amazing original architecture and unique design elements remain untouched. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places and is listed for $16 million.

Designed by renowned architect Bernard Maybeck, this Gothic-style home comes complete with gargoyles, original velvet door panels and dark oak furnishings. Living areas throughout the home boast 30-foot ceilings, old-growth redwood panelling and leaded glass windows. A 16-foot stone fireplace with a custom metal pot anchors one of three living spaces and enhances the truly old world charm of the home while each window affords magnificent views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the neighboring Marin skyline. This iconic property offers an unparalleled sense of history while also being a comfortable and warm family home. 

This unique listing was featured in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Pursuits, San Francisco Chronicle, Robb Report, San Francisco Business Times, SF Gate, Mansion Global, Curbed and The Mercury News.

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