Marina Boulevard: Luxury Living in San Francisco’s Iconic Marina District
Marina Boulevard project, a three-story house in San Francisco, California, designed by EAG Studio in 2020, is a stunning example of modern architecture.
Situated on a wide 50-foot lot, the 7000+ sq ft. home features an array of amenities such as walls of glass doors on all three floors, a spectacular floating wood staircase, a three-story wall of opaque glass, a four-car garage, EV charging, home office, fifth bedroom, huge projection screening room, outdoor kitchen and BBQ, 25 x 25 foot living room, open dining area, family room, airy, state-of-the-art kitchen, Bulthaup walnut cabinetry, Calcutta marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances, spacious Bay-front primary suite with dual bathrooms, steam room, freestanding tub, dual walk-in closets, three ensuite bedrooms and an awe-inspiring roof deck with cinematic views of San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Presidio, Alcatraz, Marin County, East Bay and the downtown skyscrapers.
About Marina Boulevard
A Spectacular San Francisco Home: Ultimate Indoor-Outdoor Living and Viewing
This new San Francisco home boasts over 7000 square feet and sits on a wide 50-foot lot. With walls of glass doors on all three floors, it offers a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience and breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay from every angle.
Experience the Magnificent Interior Design Anchored by a Spectacular Floating Wood Staircase
The entire interior is anchored by a spectacular floating wood staircase with a nautical-inspired balustrade that incorporates the kind of wire rope seen in yacht rigging. This impressive feature sets the tone for the stunning design throughout the house.
Step into the Luxury of Three Spacious Floors
This San Francisco home features three spacious floors that cater to every need. The first level welcomes you with a four-car garage, EV charging, home office, fifth bedroom, and a huge concealed projection screening room with pocket glass doors that open out to a secluded terrace with firetable, outdoor kitchen, and BBQ.
Ascending the dramatic central stairway leads to a vast middle floor, with its wall of floor-to-ceiling doors and sprawling, open-plan living area. The 25 x 25 foot living room flows into the open dining area with a walk-out balcony that faces the San Francisco Bay and the sunset. At the opposite end is the family room with more glass pocket doors and a balcony, along with the airy, state-of-the-art, dine-in kitchen. German-built Bulthaup walnut cabinetry, Calcutta marble countertops and island, and an array of Gaggenau appliances, including two ovens, three dishwashers, and bespoke zinc cooktop hood and island light.
On the third level, you’ll find a spacious Bay-front primary suite with more floor-to-ceiling glass panels and dual bathrooms, a steam room, freestanding tub, dual walk-in closets, and a balcony. Three more ensuite bedrooms live on this floor, each with their own balcony and walk-in closets.
Spectacular Cinematic Views of San Francisco Bay from the Roof Deck
Take in the awe-inspiring panoramic views of San Francisco Bay from the roof deck. Marvel at the Golden Gate Bridge, Presidio, Alcatraz, Marin County, East Bay, and the skyscrapers of downtown. From the nautical action in the marina right across the street, to the mist rolling in and out of the Bay, to the setting sun over Mount Tamalpais, you’ll have an unparalleled view of the best of San Francisco.
Photography courtesy of EAG Studio
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