760 Dolores Street is situated half a block to the J-Church line at Liberty street, and, within a short walk to Dolores Park, restaurants, bakeries, bars and shops. Easy access to highways 101 and 280.
The home has been extensively remodeled and meticulously redesigned, emphasizing its dramatic ceiling heights and sense of timelessness.  Enter at the street-level gated entry and
arrive at the European-inspired stone and ironwork front balcony where you can take it all in from this private oasis overlooking Dolores street.
A trickling water feature and oversized, potted succulents contribute to this extravagant experience before you even step inside.  The home has a wonderful sense of space, featuring built-ins throughout the home and fine detailing that make it uniquely a San Francisco Victorian (1889) living experience.  Originally built as a single family home and then converted to multiple units pre-WWII, the growing family lovingly converted its floorplan back to a single-family home in three renovation phases (in excess of $1.5 million).
Two parlors make up the main level (one fireplace has been removed to create more useable living area). The formal dining room features a custom hand-made wall paper that creates a rich, dramatic dining experience. Large glass doors open to the side deck for spill-over entertaining and evening cocktails.
The chef’s kitchen features stainless, gas appliances set in a dramatic, playful green granite throughout the island and surrounding counters. A wall of storage cabinetry, including a pull-
out pantry, ensure dry-goods and seasonings are conveniently on-hand for creating delicious meals. Views of the well-appointed yard are enjoyed through the 4 panel glass doors yielding an abundance of light and inspiration.
Access the private rear yard via a second side gate, or, through the large sliding glass kitchen doors. An outdoor stone fireplace, built-in stainless gas BBQ and second water feature are all situated below the custom-made trellis structure.
Traversing the grand main staircase, you arrive at two on-suite bedrooms at the rear of the home. The rear master bedroom has an extensive walk-in closet to support even the most elaborate wardrobe. A dramatic second family room is situated at the front with a second fire place and over-sized windows.
Access the upper bedroom and half bath via the circular staircase. Built-in dresser system, storage, city views, skylights and solitude await.
The lower level bedroom has ample light, a full on-suite bath, built-in drawers and a convenient walk-out to the front exterior balcony. In the rear of this floor, there is a workshop for hobbyist, and access to the crawl space.
Two car parking garage with automatic door at street level.



Dolores Heights

Eureka Valley and Dolores Heights, which includes the world-renowned Castro district, have a wonderfully rich history as the epicenter of the gay rights movement. Today, the neighborhood is undergoing another transition as the long-standing gay community welcomes young families to the increasingly diverse neighborhood. On the eastern end, coveted Liberty Hill offers tremendous views and one-of-a-kind residences.

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