Originally constructed in 1929, the Spanish Revival residence at 2040 Jackson Street was recently rebuilt and expanded up and out – and over the objections of its neighbors – in Pacific Heights.
A blend of classic architecture and contemporary design, the home now measures over 7,000 square feet, not including the all-new rooftop terrace with a full outdoor kitchen, barbecue and panoramic bay views.
Inside, the new kitchen on main floor is open to the great room and finished with custom walnut cabinetry; high-end Gaggenau, Bosch and Thermador appliances; CaesarStone counter tops and a walk-in pantry.
The lower level was built-out with a full-sized sauna and steam room, a home theater and an en suite bedroom, and a second family room with a wall of glass which opens to a backyard with built-in benches, planters and fire pit.
In the works since 2008 when the property was purchased for $5,200,000, the re-imagined home at 2040 Jackson is now on the market for $15,000,000.