Tucked away in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco is a cul-de-sac where two rows of townhouses enjoy an intimate neighborhood scale on the street complimented by expansive views at the rear. The original 1939 house was updated to become a sweeping series of spaces that combine the scale of a home and art gallery combined. The twelve foot plus ceiling heights were emphasized with equally tall doors to allow the soaring ceiling height to flow between the main rooms and out to the view. Special features of the house include stainless steel windows with large operable sections, a car lift that allows an additional car to be hidden below the floor of the garage, and a wine cellar constructed of lucite and stainless steel to produce the appearance of endless reflection.
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