There’s a lot to relish about this handsome Victorian in San Francisco’s posh Pacific Heights. Actor Meg Ryan certainly thought so—she acquired the residence after filming When a Man Loves a Woman in the city and lived there with her then-husband, Dennis Quaid.
The historic, four-level home is packed with architectural beauty and was recently treated to a sensitive four-year renovation by local architect Tim Murphy. As part of the remodel, the property received a new kitchen, family room, master suite, and upstairs lounge.
The current owners also turned to interior design firm Nicole Hollis to fill the space with custom furnishings and designer finishes.
"We were hired early in the redesign process to consult on the selection of interior finishes, custom cabinetry, hardware, and the design of each custom fireplace surround," states the firm. "We spearheaded the selection of all furniture, window treatments, wall coverings, accessories and the majority of the decorative lighting."
The property now offers a blend of historical and modern elegance throughout its 7,050 square feet. Boasting five bedrooms, along with five full and two half baths, the home features multiple living areas, a chef’s kitchen, and a "pentroom" that frames sweeping views across the bay. Scroll ahead to see more.
2602 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, California is currently listed for $19,950,000 by Neill Bassi of Sotheby's International Realty.
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