A Glass-Fronted San Francisco Home With an Elevator and Garden Views

Built by Mattarosa Pellsinger, this sleek, streamlined contemporary home was constructed in 2006 on a lovely Cow Hollow block and boasts an array of consummately chic, impressively scaled rooms for living and entertaining.

A façade dominated by glass introduces the singular aesthetic, which begins with a courtyard, an oversized entry door, and a roomy, welcoming foyer.

Secluded on the second level is the primary suite with a wall of glass opening to a landscaped terrace and stairs leading to the home’s main garden. The contemporary en suite bath offers two vanities, a soaking tub, a shower with a rain head, and a discreet water closet; the incredibly spacious walk-in closet is outfitted with a wide variety of built-ins.

The two airy guest bedrooms have closets and walls of windows, and one includes a built-in desk and storage. Nearby is a spacious colorful bath with a dual-sink vanity and a glass-enclosed shower. On the uppermost level is a stainless steel-clad kitchen boasting top-end appliances, ample counter and cabinet space, and an island with counter seating. The breakfast area features a fireplace, built-ins, and sliding doors to an idyllic south-facing garden ringed with vibrant maple trees.

The family room gazes out at the garden, while the north-facing living and dining room enjoys a fireplace, built-ins, and a wall of windows with views of Alcatraz and the Bay. Off the hall leading to the kitchen is a convenient powder room. An elevator and a skylit stairway with a frosted glass railing connect each of the levels, all of which feature deeply hued hardwood floors and radiant in-floor heating.

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