Dona Crowder Presents:
Clarendon Heights Contemporary View Home - $2,250,000
Clarendon Heights is well known for its stunning iconic views from the east bay past downtown and Alcatraz to the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin headlands. Enjoy these dramatic and sweeping views from almost every room of this modern, detached three level two bedroom, two bath home with media room/studio. With its loft-like spaces, high ceilings and open floor plan, the changing vistas are always available.
The main living level on the third floor has an open living/dining room combination, warmed by the corner fireplace, with floor to ceiling glass all around and opening to an expansive deck. The modern efficient kitchen is separated by a high counter bar. Natural light floods the floor from the window walls and skylights. Steps up from this level is the master suite, which includes a bedroom, solarium office and master bath including double vanity, spa tub and steam shower.
Accessed from the master suite, or a hallway with display cabinets for art, lies the elevated rear garden and decks with sweeping view of the city and bay.
The middle level guest suite can be open to the two story gallery, or closed for privacy. It has its own marble bath with stall shower. Washer/dryer and utility space is also on this level.
There is a family/media room or artist studio with wetbar and dramatic two story windows and walk-out deck.
The entry level has an elevator to all floors and coat closet. One car garage with interior access. Extra storage. Automatic spinklers. Updated systems.
- Dramatic Sweeping downtown and golden gate views
- Contemporary three level open floor plan
- Two suites plus media room/studio
- Solarium, rear decks and garden
- Hardwood floors, fireplace
- Front view decks
- Garage and Elevator to all levels
In the central part of San Francisco, north of Twin Peaks and east of Mount Sutro, lies Clarendon Heights. Boasting incredible views of both the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Clarendon Heights is also home to a wide spectrum of architecture. Tudors and villas blend comfortably with sleek modern homes in a neighborhood that's very well kept. Some of San Francisco's famous hills also reside here; no need for a health club membership. Just take a brisk walk around the neighborhood, use some of the convenient hillside stairs, and enjoy the views. Primarily a residential community, its hills presented a challenge to builders, but the opportunities for views inspired them to persevere. Many of the original dwellings still remain, giving the area an eclectic feel.