1825-1825A Scott Street are two reimagined Victorian units —located in Lower Pacific Heights, a single block from shops, restaurants and tech shuttle stops — whose 2015 remodel was comprehensive and visionary. Behind a classic facade now lies two sleek contemporary living spaces bathed in natural light and rife with cutting-edge technology and luxurious, high-end finishes.
With their ideal Lower Pacific Heights location and open floor plans (both share a party wall with 1827 Scott, according to 3R report) have plenty to boast about. Both units have in-unit stacked laundry and access to a shared back yard, Hans Grohe fixtures and Leicht Cabinetry, kitchen appliances by Liebherr or Thermdor, Miele, and Bosch, Porcelanosa tile in kitchens and baths, wide-plank white oak floors, radiant heating, and a video doorbell.
1825 Scott features an open floor plan, two great rooms, abundant storage and two en-suite bedrooms with private outdoor patios, plus a third deck off the kitchen/family room. It also has a Sonos audio system, a chef’s kitchen with Caesarstone kitchen and bathroom counters, a pot filler and a walk-in pantry with a wine refrigerator, 10-foot ceilings, security and sprinkler systems and two-zone radiant heating, along with parking for one car.
1825A is a two-room studio with an open floor plan, radiant heating and a list of high-end amenities similar to that of its upstairs neighbor. This unit has a front door and sliding glass doors that open to the backyard. It also has parking for one car.
Already blessed with a fantastic, vibrant setting and timeless Victorian architecture, 1825 and 1825A Scott Street are now the perfect marriage of square footage and flexibility. Together they are a package that unlocks the full potential of this classic but forward-thinking property.
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