Inside a $4.5 Million Design Lover’s Paradise
This stunning San Francisco home is one of the few remaining homes designed by celebrated architect Ernest Coxhead
Written by Kasey Caminiti
Located in the Pacific Heights area of San Francisco, this beautiful 3,245-square-foot home is ideal for families, boasting eight bedrooms and six baths, including a master suite. The master bedroom features a fireplace, natural lighting from the south-facing windows, and a spacious walk-in closet. The en-suite bathroom is covered in gorgeous marble and has a walk-in glass shower and a double vanity.
Built in 1894 and designed by celebrated architect Ernest Coxhead, this home features many period design details such as dark hardwood floors, leaded windowpanes, and intricate moldings. The home’s sellers, fashion stylist Lauren Goodman and Nathan Tyler, worked with New York-based French designer Lili Diallo on the elegant décor.
With luxe jewel tones throughout, a dramatic wood-burning fireplace in the formal dining room, an expansive outdoor entertaining space (garden, hot tub, wood deck), and much more, this home is a dream. Click through the gallery for an inside look at the $4.5 million home listed by Nina Hatvany of Compass in San Francisco.