2003 Broadway St
Condo | Pacific Heights
4 beds | 3 baths | 2,960 sqft* | 1 car
SOLD | $2,300,000 | Represented Seller
Resting along Pacific Heights' most prominent street, 2003 Broadway St offers an incredible floor plan and ample privacy. The two-level home is located in an intimate two-unit building designed by prominent Bay Area architect Ernest Coxhead in 1903. The side-gabled shingled facade was a staple of Coxhead's most well known designs. As you ascend the stately brick stairs to the front door of the home, you are greeted with a gracious living room appointed with beautifully maintained leaded glass windows, a gas-burning fireplace, and oak hardwood floors that are present throughout the main level. Adjacent to the living room is the formal dining room, ideal for casual dining or more formal gatherings. The spacious kitchen, overlooking the dining room, enjoys seemingly endless storage, stainless steel appliances, a 6-burner gas range, and ample counter space. Completing this level are two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. The rear master suite overlooks and provides direct access to the exclusive garden. The serene garden oasis enjoys complete privacy with mature landscaping, a garden pathway reminiscent of an English garden, an outdoor pizza oven, and space to entertain.
The lower level of the home, accessed via the douglass fir stairwell at the entry of the home, feels like an ideal guest retreat. An oversized family room overlooks the exterior deck and is centered around the gas-burning fireplace, which is flanked with built-in bookshelves, and accented by the inviting built-in bench below the picture windows accented with leaded glass. This level of the home enjoys two bedrooms and a full bathroom with dual entry, creating a true guest suite. At the rear is a private laundry room outfitted with side-by-side washer/dryer and additional storage cabinets. The residence includes direct interior access from the garage into the home, a rare find for such an intimate building.
2003 Broadway St is located a short three-block walk to the vibrant corridor along Union Street, home to some of San Francisco's finest restaurants, shops, gyms, and neighborhood amenities. Lafayette Park, home to beautifully maintained grounds, a playground, tennis courts, and a dog park, is only three-blocks to the south, a source of recreation and relaxation.
*per tax records