Tucked away at the remote end of a high cul-de-sac, 2 Everson is a visionary mountaintop refuge defined by its astonishing views across the Noe Valley to the San Francisco skyline and the Bay.
At every turn, nature permeates its sweeping spaces, from the rippling brook that flows through the home itself to a living atrium with a waterfall.
At more than 6,000 square feet over three floors, the residence takes fullest advantage of its expanse on the main level.
Living, dining and kitchen areas blend as one, defined only by soaring pitched ceilings and an immense wall of windows across the entire view side.
Just beyond them, a broad wraparound deck with glass rail floats above the landscape.
A dramatic spiral staircase descends from the main level to the two lower floors.
The first holds an indulgent spa-style primary retreat with glorious views, as well as a second bedroom suite, another bath with private deck, and a library.
The second is home to a vast family room with powder room, rec room with wet bar, covered deck with spa, and open deck.
A bedroom suite completes this level. This serene, private world is just a five-minute drive from 24th Street shops and cafes; fifteen minutes from the Financial District; and 20 minutes from the airport.