When legend calls, you answer. That’s the siren song of 1815 Sutter Street, an incomparable four-bedroom, three-bath Lower Pacific Heights Victorian that ranks among San Francisco’s most vital historic resources. Built in 1876, this 2,200-plus square-foot indoor/outdoor stunner welcomes you with a formal living room, dining room, and entryway, all bathed in brilliant sunlight thanks in part to soaring ceilings and elegant staircase with banister and skylight. The top-level features three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a generously appointed master suite.
Touched throughout by charming period detail, 1815 Sutter transports visitors back to another point in time and, in fact, an entirely other address: the home started as 1624 Post Street and was moved to its current location in the 1970s. Originally built as a rental property by a Mr. or Ms. Gantzer, this Italianate Victorian home survived both the 1906 earthquake and subsequent fire that destroyed much of the city. Its history is both impressive and unique: in addition to being chosen as one of the six most important Victorian structures chosen by the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board as having exceptional merit, the home has held previous incarnations as a Bonsai plant store and a Japanese church.
Today the experience of home is enhanced by many thoughtful specifics: an expansive, updated eat-in kitchen, large family room, and dual private decks, perfect for taking in the end of the day with your favorite beverage at hand. Recently painted inside and out, the home also offers in-unit laundry and one-car garage parking plus driveway parking. The spectacular location means 1815 Sutter is deemed by WalkScore as a “Walker’s Paradise” with a 99 score, meaning you’re just steps away from everything the city has to offer.
Answer the call. Come home to 1815 Sutter.