Traditional Presidio Heights Condo, $3.5M


Presidio Heights is one of San Francisco’s loveliest neighborhoods, a collection of handsome private houses and discreetly scaled condominiums, set on walkable, tree-lined streets and glimpses of the Golden Gate Bridge. Plus it’s next to The Presidio, the 1500-acre former military base dating back to 1776, originally founded by the Spanish as their northernmost outpost in the New World. Over the past two decades, this longtime US Army base and airfield has undergone a comprehensive redevelopment, preserving its history, enhancing its natural assets, and creating one the most extraordinary waterfront parks in the world.

And here, just a few blocks away, is this lovely condominium that’s both traditional and completely refreshed.

What We Love: The classic proportions and layout, with a consistently warm, silvery palette inside, that perfectly complements the cool maritime light of Presidio Heights. Plus it’s ready to move into. 

With four bedrooms, there are two master suites, one of which (below) is located off the foyer and ideal as a spacious office/media room. The other master suite, a pair of additional bedrooms and a hall bath are privately located away from the entertaining spaces.

More: Go to the dedicated site for further details and images, a floor plan, plus an outstanding virtual tour. Represented by San Francisco luxury veteran and top agent Gregg Lynn of Sotheby’s International Realty.

250 Laurel Street, No. 301
4 bedrooms, 3 baths
Deeded parking for one car

$3,495,000 with monthly HOAs of $945

Photo Credits: Rob J. Photography and Joseph Schell Photography