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Harmonizing Contemporary design with historic origins, renowned architects from Dumican Mosey have reimagined this Victorian home which has legendary roots in the music scene. Previously owned by Baron Wolman, the first and iconic photographer of Rolling Stone magazine, the home was often visited by some of music’s greatest legends including Janis Joplin, Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead. Step inside the impressive façade of this classic Queen Anne Victorian to discover a modern masterpiece with an open floor plan, soaring ceilings and voluminous spaces. With five bedrooms, four full and two half bathrooms spread across 4,580 sq. ft. of living space you’ll think this home was built just for you.
Built with unparalleled quality and attention to detail, 164 Belvedere is truly a unique luxury property. Three full floors of living space captivate at every turn. Enter the home on the main level featuring a sunlit formal living room with 3-sided Ortal glass fireplace. Just behind the dining room table you’ll find a lush living wall spanning all three levels of this mesmerizing home. The ultimate kitchen opens to the dining and family rooms with direct access through the Fleetwood doors to the rear landscaped garden. A powder room and abundant storage put the perfect finishing touches on this level. Ascend the staircase to the top floor uniting the home with four large bedrooms and three designer spa-inspired bathrooms. The sumptuous master suite opens to a private glass-enclosed patio with tranquil views overlooking the rear garden hugged by bamboo swaying in the wind. The ensuite guest bedroom at the front of the home is drenched in sunlight and has scenic views over San Francisco and of St. Ignatius. Two additional bedrooms enjoy the feeling of light and green spaces with views of the spectacular living wall and are joined by a luxurious Jack and Jill bathroom. The lower level showcases a great room with expansive wet bar & half bath plus an indulgent guest suite. Open the Fleetwood wall on this level to unite the art filled outdoor patio with firepit, custom built outdoor kitchen and BBQ with the expansive entertainment space.
Amenities of this tech-integrated home include: a state-of-the-art audio/video experience, Lutron lighting, Sonos audio system, home alarm with five camera home monitoring system, multizone radiant heat floors, integrated accent lighting, custom closet organizers, expansive attic storage and a 2-car garage with built-in storage. No detail has been overlooked.
- Over 4,500 sq.ft. on an oversized lot
- 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms + 2 half baths
- 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (two master suites) on top level
- State-of-the-art kitchen with knife-edge Corian countertops
- 3-story vertical living wall
- Private decks on all 3 levels
- Fleetwood doors, floor to ceiling windows
- Exquisite details throughout
- Integrated accent lighting
- Energy efficient, tech-enabled home
- Ann Sacks & Walker Zenger tile and stone
- Wide plank white oak floors
- Custom steel blade staircases
- Mature landscaped rear garden
- Custom window treatments
- European designer light fixtures
- 2 car parking with expansive storage
- Expansive attic for storage
- Cole Valley / Ashbury Heights location
Ashbury Heights / Cole Valley / Haight Ashbury
164 Belvedere is uniquely situated to enjoy the best of the City. A quick stroll and you’ll find yourself in San Francisco's Cole Valley, a local’s favorite with a European atmosphere. Cole Valley is tucked away at the top of Golden Gate Park and is the geographical center of the City. It is a neighborhood that defines charm. Shady, tree lined streets and beautiful homes offer up a quiet slice of San Francisco life. Locally owned bakeries, cafes and restaurants are a culinary delight, and most are of the mom-and-pop variety with deep history in the neighborhood.
A pleasure for the city hiker, you can explore the great outdoors without getting in the car. Golden Gate Park, Buena Vista Park, Corona Heights, Tank Hill, Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve, the Panhandle, and Mount Olympus make for a diverse set of trails to explore. Between the stunning views of Buena Vista Park, Tank Hill, and Corona Heights Park, you’ll find some of the best overlooks and summits in the city. It’s a great place to explore, walk the dog, or unwind after a stressful day at the office.
For day to day shopping the home is located in close proximity to Whole Foods, Gus’s Community Market, Luke’s Local and Ashbury Market. This ideal location provides easy access to freeways, and the N-Judah muni line will take you to SOMA, the Financial District and the new Chase Center with ease.
The neighborhood has a quiet, leisurely pace that’s hard to find in San Francisco. Offering a brief respite from the urban bustle, Cole Valley and Ashbury Heights are known for smaller streets and a residential feel. The neighborhood is an enclave from the noisier parts of the city that caters to a more low-key crowd. For a more vibrant scene head to Haight Ashbury for plenty of shopping, nightlife, and an urban experience.