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San Francisco Chronicle Covers Steve Gothelf’s Smart Listing in Pacific Heights

A rare treat in Pacific Heights

Five-bedroom home updated with smart home tech. Two residences remodeled into one smart home.

Steve Gothelf contends his latest listing is a rare offering for Pacific Heights – a home that hasn’t been lived in since its recent to-the-studs remodel.

“It’s challenging to find high-quality, newly renovated properties in Pacific Heights, especially at this price level,” said Gothelf, who is listing 2208-2210 Broderick St. for $6-45 million. “This is a great opportunity for a buyer look­ing for a turnkey situation.”

Architect Stephen Sutro modernized the residence, whose new exterior sees Con­necticut Bluestone steps lead­ing to an elevated front portico. Calacatta and Carrara marble highlight a rich material pal­ette that includes classical white millwork and quarter­sawn oak floors. A wealth of smart home amenities like programmable lighting and a Nest thermostat await within the fully updated four-level that includes built-in speakers in the living room and owner’s suite.

Sandwiched between Alta Plaza Park and the Presidio, the Broderick Street home is but minutes away from land­marks like the Lyon Street Steps, as well as the shopping and dining destinations of Fillmore Street and the Divisa­dero Corridor.

Dual sets of French doors in the living room open to balco­nettes looking out at the Pacific Heights surroundings. A gas log fireplace with Calacatta marble surround anchors the room as recessed display shelves provide a place for showcasing books, pictures and sculptures.

Casual and professional elements converge in the up­dated, eat-in kitchen. Built-in banquettes set the stage for everyday dining, while the 48-inch Wolf range, dual ovens and Sub-Zero refrigerator should appeal to chefs of any skill level.

Begin and end each day in a carpeted owner’s suite whose private balcony frames south­eastern views of the city. The suite includes a pair of custom­ized double-door closets, along with a spa bathroom finished in limestone and Calacatta marble. A freestanding soaking tub rests beneath bay win -dows, while a skylight bright­ens the bathroom that includes a water closet and frameless glass shower.

Technically a separate unit, the lower level offers a bed­room, full bathroom, kitchen and bonus room with a bar counter. The lower level opens to a landscaped backyard with turf lawn, tall privacy fencing and Connecticut Bluestone patio.

Learn more at www.2210 broderick.com.

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