Classic Lower Pacific Heights

Eastlake-Style Victorian

Property Summary

- Extraordinarily well-preserved architectural “Eastlake”- style Victorian rowhouse with a

total of four bedrooms, three baths, formal dining room, den and sunroom

- Main Level unit (2825 Pine): 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, formal dining room, den and


- Garden Level unit (2825B Pine): 1 bedroom, 1 bath, living room with open kitchen

- Rear deck & patio

- Square footage:
- 2,280 square feet (per City tax records);
- 2,315 square feet per appraiser:
- 1,596 sq. ft. upstairs livable (2825)
- 719 sq. ft. finished/livable apt. (2825 B)
- 226 sq. ft. storage/ basement
- 388 sq. ft. garage
- 76 sq. ft. deck

- Lot Size: 2,200 square feet; 25’ x 88’

- Zoning: RH-2

- Year Built: circa 1885

Property Description
The Façade:

This extraordinarily well- preserved “Eastlake-style” Victorian rowhouse, circa 1885, is one
of a pair, is located on an attractive tree-lined flat block filled with beautiful examples of
Victorian-era residences. The classic facade has an elaborate portico supported by a pair of
Ionic columns, next to a large square bay with a pair of round headed windows, both topped
by a bold bracketed cornice with applied decoration. The front stairs and robust bannisters
have been skillfully and authentically rebuilt. This facade is unusually well preserved
because it faces north and is shielded from the sun. The house is attached to its west side
twin at two side bays Truly one of the City’s architectural gems!

The Main Unit:

The portico opens to an entry hall, then a large living room with fireplace, dining room,
remodeled kitchen, sunroom, three bedrooms, office (with elaborate cabinetry) and two
baths, all on the main level. The sunroom and office open to a large south deck overlooking
a brick patio. Soaring ~11 foot ceilings, beautifully complex moldings, wainscoting, paneled
doors, rosettes, rare 1885 white marble fireplace surround and other original 1885 details
combine with the warm hardwood floors, stained glass windows, elaborate door hardware
and a beautifully remodeled kitchen to create a wonderfully sophisticated City residence.

The Garden Unit:

This is a large one-bedroom unit that opens to the rear patio via sliding glass doors off the
bedroom. The open kitchen combines with the large living room to create a warm and
comfortable living space. It had been rented for $3107/month and is now vacant.


Lower Pacific Heights

Between California Street and Geary Boulevard and Presidio Avenue and Gough Streets lies Lower Pacific Heights, a new name for an old neighborhood. This community boasts a central location, proximity to Muni bus lines (the 1 California, the 2 Clement, the 3 Jackson, the 22 Fillmore, and the 38 Geary), and great shopping along the main axis, Fillmore Street. 

Ethnically and economically diverse, the neighborhood offers a buffet of city living. Residents can choose from the nightlife along Fillmore Street, including blues venue Boom Boom Room; Japantown and its extraordinary urban mall offering restaurants and specialty retail stores; recently renovated Lafayette Park; and the sunny, spacious, and welcoming Yoga Works on Divisadero Street, where another business district offers a range of restaurants and bars.


Open Houses:
Sunday, January 7th: 2-4 PM

Brokers Tour:
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Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Joel Goodrich

Contact Ian Berke



Joel Goodrich

Joel Goodrich

Coldwell Banker Global LuxurycalDRE# 01028702415.308.8184

Ian Berke

Ian Berke

Ian Berke Real EstatecalDRE# 444020415.860.2777 mobile415.921.7300