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Melding into a picturesque natural surrounding, 1335 Stanyan artfully embodies quintessential California architecture with unmistakeable world class San Francisco views. The residence is designed by internationally-renowned architect Lun Chan, whose work can be appreciated on five continents, and in local institutions like Chez Panisse and major buildings on the UC Berkeley and Stanford University campuses.
Situated off the Stanyan Street steps and nestling up to Mt Sutro Open Space Reserve, the residence enjoys panoramic views from almost every room. An open dining and living room enjoys grand scale and opens up to a terrace for indoor/outdoor entertaining. The recently renovated chef’s kitchen is equipped with Wolf range, pot filler, sub-zero refrigerator, massive marble top island with dishwasher, and custom cabinetry with enviable storage potential. The open family room with access to the backyard is ideal for everyday living. At the heart of the main level is an indoor lap pool, illuminated by a massive skylight that spans the length of the pool to the staircase. The pool room leads to the backyard equipped with a BBQ, hot tub, and the privacy of the Mt Sutro Open Space Reserve. The level is served by a full bathroom.
The upper level features 4 bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The primary bedroom features a large terrace and spa-like bathroom clad in marble. The suite has a large walk-in closet. Internal windows on this level overlook the pool and create a beautiful visual experience. Washer and dryer are found on the bedroom level.
The lower level is an ideal lounge/media room space with bar and access to the backyard.
In the central part of San Francisco, north of Twin Peaks and east of Mount Sutro, lies Clarendon Heights. Boasting incredible views of both the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Clarendon Heights is also home to a wide spectrum of architecture. Tudors and villas blend comfortably with sleek modern homes in a neighborhood that's very well kept. Some of San Francisco's famous hills also reside here; no need for a health club membership. Just take a brisk walk around the neighborhood, use some of the convenient hillside stairs, and enjoy the views. Primarily a residential community, its hills presented a challenge to builders, but the opportunities for views inspired them to persevere. Many of the original dwellings still remain, giving the area an eclectic feel.