Located on a flat block in San Francisco’s exclusive Pacific Heights neighborhood, across from the German Consulate and adjoining the Spreckels Mansion, 1927 Jackson Street showcases Mission Revival architectural inspired design.
Nestled in the renowned Glenlee Terrace, the London style townhouse is the first property when entering the complex with only four steps to the front door.
Designed by San Francisco native Arthur Joseph Laib and built in 1912, the residence was once owned by the founder of Matson Navigation Co. and was built for Sea Captains.
When entering the home, there is a welcoming foyer which invites you into the jewel box residence with European design and period details throughout. It’s stately but comfortable interior was designed by Samantha Cole Interiors and was created to reflect a traditional and inviting atmosphere full of color and light.
The townhouse, which feels like a freestanding home, is comprised of two floors, the first floor includes a spacious formal dining room, living room with built-in custom bookcases and a lovely powder room. The kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances and lots of granite counter space and a cozy banquette. Adjacent to the kitchen is the laundry room with washer/dryer and access to the private courtyard.
The second floor features the master bedroom en suite, with two additional bedrooms and a second full bathroom. The master bath features a mirrored double vanity and a glass enclosed shower with jet tub.
Close to Union and Fillmore Streets, Upper Polk and Lafayette Park.
· 3 bedrooms and 2 ½ bathrooms on two levels totaling 1,845 square feet
· Classic architectural detail throughout
· Designed for entertaining, this home offers comfortable space for intimate family gatherings or cocktail parties
· Hardwood flooring throughout
· Two compact car tandem parking
· Nice size storage unit
· Shared courtyard