A rare offering: a sophisticated, recently renovated view condominium in Pacific Heights! This full-floor flat, on a 60-foot wide lot, includes four bedrooms and three full and one half baths, a formal entry, laundry room, modern eat-in kitchen, and formal entertaining spaces with iconic views of the Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz.
An elevator opens directly to a gracious formal entry with a coat closet, showcasing period details, high, coved ceilings, and handsome wide-plank oak flooring with a dark stain. The entry leads to a grand formal living room, centering around a wood-burning fireplace with elegant stone surround and flanked by display shelving. Three large windows present superb views of the waters of the Bay, Alcatraz, and the city, filtered by treetops and greenery. Adjacent is a large formal dining room, again with windows displaying impressive outlooks north spanning the San Francisco Bay to the Golden Gate Bridge, and a fireplace. The building’s 60’-wide lot allows for extensive north-facing frontage and sweeping views from east to west.
The gorgeous eat-in kitchen has been recently remodeled with sparkling quartz countertops and custom cabinetry. A stone center island in the center allows for informal dining, and the surrounding kitchen is equipped with deluxe stainless appliances. From the sink, the window faces the span of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Palace of Fine Arts: what a view!
Around the corner are four bedrooms, separated from the public rooms by a long art gallery-style hallway. At the back of the home is the well-appointed primary suite, which features a bay of four oversized windows facing south, with sunny treetop outlooks, and a fabulous walk-in closet with built-ins. The luxurious ensuite bathroom offers an impressive quartz-topped double vanity and a glass-enclosed shower with a striking stone accent wall.
Next to the primary bedroom is a generous guest suite, graced with a corner window bay facing south and east, allowing for wonderful light throughout the day. It includes an ensuite bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower and in-wall toilet. Further down the hallway are two more lovely bedrooms, both facing east, which share the hallway bathroom, beautifully outfitted with porcelain tile and a shower over tub.
Also off the hallway is a spacious laundry room, equipped with side-by-side washer and dryer and a folding counter with storage cabinetry, as well as a sleek powder room for guests.
This boutique, four -unit building was built in 1913 and designed by architect George Applegarth, renowned for his design of the Legion of Honor and the Spreckles Mansion. Schilling Place, as 2210 Vallejo is known, was built on an unusually wide lot, which allows for an expansive, shared garden at the back of the building, and the unit also includes one-car garage parking with storage. The building also recently completed a voluntary seismic upgrade.
This grand-scale home is ideally located in the heart of Pacific Heights, on a flat, tree-lined block steps from excellent schools, and blocks from the shops and restaurants of both Fillmore and Union Streets.