7 Beds
6.5 Baths
9,190 SqFt
0.13 Acre Lot
5,623 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Single Family Residence
Price Type
Year Built 1908
Days on Website 64

Property Map

$16,500,000 – 2660 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA 94123

Street View

Courtesy of Joel Goodrich, Coldwell Banker Realty.


This Beaux Arts-era masterpiece from the early 20th Century has been seamlessly transformed into a stunning contemporary residence with beautiful transitional finishes complimenting the dazzling architectural backdrop of Albert Farr, one of San Francisco’s legendary starchitects of the era…The magnificently-scaled public rooms are wonderful for the grandest of occasions. A large eat-in kitchen with terrace, a family room on the lower level stepping out to the garden, and a spectacular pent-room leading to the 360 degree view roof terrace provide amazing spaces for causal everyday indoor/ outdoor dining, lounging and entertaining while enjoying scenic vistas of the Bay, City and Golden Gate…Enjoy a quintessentially San Francisco lifestyle in one of the City’s most sought-after and vibrant historical neighborhoods- just a short drive to the world-class tech and finance hubs of SoMa & Fidi, and enjoying easy access to Marin & the Wine Country!

Property Details and Features


  • Source: San Francisco


  • 7 bathrooms


  • 7 bedrooms


  • 9,190 square feet
  • Built in 1908
  • 16 total rooms
  • Traditional
  • Luxury


  • Wood Burning


  • Marble
  • Wood

Family Room

  • Cathedral/Vaulted
  • View


  • Breakfast Area
  • Island
  • Marble Counter


  • Area: SF District 7
  • County: San Francisco


  • 5,623 square feet


  • 7 parking spaces


  • Property subtype 1: Single Family Residence
  • Bay
  • City Lights
  • Garden/Greenbelt
  • Golden Gate Bridge
  • Marina
  • Mt Tamalpais
  • San Francisco
  • Water

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