The Record: Stunning Pacific Heights Home Sells For $10.95M

Where: 2312 Washington Street, Pacific Heights
Asking: $10,950,000
Sold For: $10,950,000
What: The most expensive listing sold in San Francisco in March, this 5-bed, 4-bath, 2-half bath home (plus a green-roofed 1-bed, 1-bath guesthouse set in the garden) was reinvented in a multi-year, spare-no-surface renovation led by architect Ravi Anand. Behind the grand Beaux-Arts facade there’s now a completely modern but gracious, family-friendly home with multiple outdoor areas.

Below, loft-like, formal and casual spaces flow together.






The Team: Ravi Anand of Anand+Associates was the architect for developers Migsif, LLC. The property was listed on February 19 and closed escrow a quick five weeks later; sellers were represented by Joan Gordon of Hill & Co and Rebecca Hoffman (now at Keller Williams) with the buyers by Victoria Stewart Davis of Pacific Union/Christie's International. Below, the exquisite master suite has a fireplace and private terrace.


What We Love: Practicality matters here– in addition to the skylit stairwell from the ground floor, there’s a elevator between all four floors, two laundry rooms, plus a garage to reckon with.



More: have a look at the listing agents’ outstanding dedicated site for additional images and floor plans. Below, the irresistible guest house, cleverly breaking up a very deep lot into a series of outdoor spaces.


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