Sotheby's International Realty - San Francisco, CA
Description: The elevator takes you directly to the private front entry hall with a large coat closet. The architectural features include lovely wood ceiling and wall detail, some concrete and beautifully sheet rocked walls. The owner has customized the interior walls and ceilings and the unit includes Control 4 motorized shades, Lutron lighting controls and sconces, custom built in shelving in the living room, and an extensive video and sound system. The kitchen is large and has an island for casual dining. The modern poplar wood accents define the kitchen space which includes Bosch appliances, Caesarstone countertops and tile backsplash, a wine cabinet, Italian cabinetry, gas cooktop.
The open living room and formal dining area have access to the private terrace and the area is large and spacious. The custom cabinetry with bookshelves and storage are located on either side of the gas fireplace. The guest bath is separated but close by the living areas. There are 2 good sized bedrooms and a full bath down with a tub and shower overhead.
The master bedroom and bath are on a separate wing which affords privacy and convenience to the owner. The master is large and plenty of space for additional seating and lounging. The master bath includes a soaking tub, double sinks, Caesar Stone and tile, and a steam shower.
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