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Fanny Osborn-Stevenson, the widow of author Robert Louis Stevenson, commissioned the renowned architect Willis Polk to design this beautiful home in 1900.   The original concept of the house was to be an assorted blend of Mediterranean Revival and Tudor styles.

As a tribute to the infamous author, Polk designed a richly colored stain glass window, which still sets today, in the elegant main staircase of the home.  It depicts the ship Hispaniola, which was notably featured in Treasure Island, Stevenson’s most famous novel.

The property has been meticulously renovated.   The Old World Charm of the house has been newly restored by Architect Joe Farrell and Landmark Builders, and incorporates state of the art systems for the comforts of modern living.

Enjoy the encompassing views of the bay, Alcatraz & Treasure Island, as well as the downtown cityscape. 

Completing the property is a tailored and mature landscaped garden, roof terrace & patio.

The home is on three levels and boasts six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. 

There is four car parking and an elevator that services all levels of the property.

A true San Francisco Masterpiece.

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David Barrett
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Warwick Properties Group
BRE# 01303753
415.863.1973 office
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