Across from San Francisco’s bustling Dolores Park sits a dome-capped, Neoclassical building dating back to 1915. Originally designed by local architect William Crim, it served as a church throughout the last century and was recently reimagined by developer Siamak Akhavan as four private residential units—one of which is now up for grabs.
Measuring over 5,300 square feet, the multilevel home retains much of its original character, including 30-foot cathedral ceilings, exposed brick walls, and stained glass windows.
Upon arrival, a formal entry leads to the main level, where the primary gathering areas await. A spacious, open floor plan connects the living and dining areas with the industrial-style chef's kitchen, catering to easy entertaining.
A long hallway separates the main living areas from the private wing, which houses one of the home’s four bedrooms. Nearby, a staircase crafted from the original building timber connects the area with the upper level, where additional bedrooms and a spacious home office await.
On the lower level is another generously sized gathering area, outfitted with wood paneling and exposed beams. In addition to a private garage, residents can also enjoy a shared garden filled with thriving native vegetation. Scroll ahead to see more of the home, currently listed for $5,995,000.
93 Cumberland Street in San Francisco, California, is currently listed for $5,995,000 by Nina Hatvany of Team Hatvany at Compass.
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