Where modern living meets timeless quality, a contemporary classic is born. Ideal location, eye-catching views, and complete privacy make 160 Lower Terrace that home. This three-bedroom, three-bath home spans two levels, encompassing nearly 2,000 square feet crafted by the award-winning Terry & Terry Architecture, Forgette Design & Construction, and Mazo Design.
One of two residences in a stylish contemporary building, 160 Lower Terrace epitomizes indoor-outdoor living: the open living and dining rooms flow seamlessly into the outdoor space, while floor-to-ceiling windows anchor the entertainment space as it spills onto the dual-function glass terrace and further into the exclusive yard below. The open concept extends to the beautifully appointed kitchen with built-in breakfast bar, which boasts Calacatta marble countertops, top-flight appliances, walnut cabinetry, and a center island.
Southern light and floor-to-ceiling windows grace the three bedrooms on the main level; here you’ll find vistas including Sutro Tower, Bernal Hill, and the surrounding neighborhood. You’ll find modern soaking tubs in two of the home’s baths, while the third features a glass-enclosed shower with rain fixture. The baths are clad in Lexington grey basalt tile as well as Graff and Franke fixtures, while the countertops are fitted in white marble with custom knife-edge profiles and solid walnut cabinetry.
On the lower level lies a media room with custom black-walnut wet bar, home office that easily transforms into a fourth bedroom, and a full bath. Both rooms provide direct access to a landscaped patio and a path to the main-level garden. The entire home has been smart-wired with CAT 6 ethernet cable and fitted out with radiant floor heating with multiple zones, on-demand hot water, and quarter-sawn wide-plank European white oak floors. It is also wired for electronic shades and speakers and has single-car parking as well as in-unit laundry.
Lower Terrace is an iconic location on a peaceful tree-lined street in the beautiful Corona Heights neighborhood, a short walk from Corona Heights Park and many of the city’s most compelling features. More than that, though, it’s a place you’ll be proud to call home.
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