Darryl Honda & Sabrina Gee-Shin Present:
Newly Constructed Golden Gate Heights View Home - $1,680,000
- 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
- 4 stories over two-car garage
- Elevator access to 4 levels
- Sweeping ocean views
- Zen penthouse office with large walk-out roof deck
- Luxurious over-sized master suite with private walk-out deck
- Family Entertainment Level with wet bar and wine refrigerator
- Contemporary open floor plan with gourmet kitchen, dining and living areas
- Dramatic floor to ceiling windows throughout
- 3,220 Square Feet
- New construction from ground up - 2013
Welcome to 2192 Funston Avenue -- a newly constructed contemporary home with panoramic views on a quiet Golden Gate Heights cul-de-sac. This chic and modern beauty is wonderfully laid out on five levels. The stairs are beautiful, especially with the glass paneled railings that create an open and airy sense of space. Too tired to walk up stairs? No worries -- that’s what the elevator is for!
There are four bedrooms, three and half bathrooms, and a family room. The Master Suite is a luxurious sanctuary featuring an oversized bedroom, private balcony, double closets, dual sinks, a walk-in shower, and jetted tub. It’s hard to think about actually sleeping in this home as the floor-to-ceiling windows draw your attention West to savor the stunning and sweeping ocean views. Enjoy those views while snuggled up on the couch or step out onto one of the three decks to take in that ocean air.
The fourth floor is the hub and heart of the home. Its open floor plan beautifully features a chef’s kitchen, breakfast corner, dining area, living space and outdoor patio. You’ll love the details of marble counters, Bosch dishwasher, Bertazzoni oven, under cabinet lights, fireplace, built-in speakers, an intercom system and carbonized bamboo floors. All these features make this home sing during the day and sparkle at night.
Ascend to the top floor and find your “Hawk’s Nest” -- where zen meets paradise. Make this special room your penthouse office, yoga retreat, meditation space or personal slice of heaven. Then grab a drink from the wet bar and walk onto the large roof deck to marvel at the breathtaking views. Truly. Our city is beautiful.
Golden Gate Heights
In a city full of hills and hidden parks, Grand View Park, a grassy vista atop Golden Gate Heights, is a personal favorite for San Franciscans who tend to keep this gem a closely guarded secret. Views here are exceptional, extending from the Pacific to downtown. Though it's only about the size of a city block, Grand View Park is home to many native species of flora, giving botany buffs a peek at what our city looked like when it was unsettled. About a half mile to the south, Golden Gate Heights Park is the true neighborhood park, a hot spot for dog owners, with a number of secluded woodsy walks, a tennis court, picnic tables and a playground. The fact that both of these gorgeous outdoor spaces remain lightly trafficked offers an insight in to the nature of life in Golden Gate Heights. With many of its single family homes perched on narrow, winding streets, this neighborhood is favored by those that want to take advantage of all San Francisco has to offer while having a peaceful, quiet escape to come home to. There's a diversity of architectural styles here but the one thing most homes have in common is views, views and more views. An ideal evening in Golden Gate Heights could take you on the Moraga and Lawton Street Stair walks to catch a spectacular sunset view and then down to the Inner Sunset for all the diverse dining options discerning San Franciscans demand. There are just enough shops and pubs -- usually frequented by UCSF students -- to keep things lively. (But don't worry, the evening fog generally keeps things from getting too lively).