A Sublime Russian Hill Aerie By Jay Jeffers, $8MAuthor:Philip Ferrato
In the hands of designer Jay Jeffers and Black Mountain Construction, this superbly detailed renovation in the classic Mid-Century tower at 1080 Chestnut Street joins the ranks of San Francisco’s most coveted pied-a-terres.
Designed for entertaining, the main living area possesses sweeping views from the Marin Headlands and Alcatraz all the way to downtown, and in a renovation where no details was left unattended, even the terrace was repaved.
“This was one of those dream projects that you don’t come across every day. A home built for entertaining–from intimate dinners to larger cocktail parties–the apartment was designed with this in mind. We started with a blank canvas by taking the apartment to the studs. The outstanding views were the palette to create a chic, intimate home perfect for entertaining on every level,” says Jay Jeffers
Below, the foyer walls and ceiling are paneled in oak, a detail that carries through to the kitchen. The bar can be concealed behind immaculately crafted folding oak panels, and the kitchen can be closed off with sliding oak panels, making this the perfect venue for a crowd of two, or fifty.
Tucked away in the primary bedroom suite is this spacious marble spa bath, with a two-person Kallista bathtub and a shower lined in Blue De Savoie marble.
More: Go to the dedicated site for a video (which really tells the story best) plus additional images, details and a floor plan. An extraordinary opportunity in one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods, represented by luxury property veteran Gregg Lynn at Sotheby’s International Realty.