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Steve Gothelf offers a rare treat in Pacific Heights

A rare treat in Pacific Heights

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 quarter-sawn 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 windows, 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.2210broderick.com.

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