Standing gracefully on a prominent Pacific Heights corner with sweeping views of Alcatraz and the bay, this magnificent three-level residence is an elegant reminder of San Francisco’s refined pedigree. European in inspiration and impressive in scale, the majestic home has been immaculately maintained and sensitively renovated, with an ornate façade, richly hued woodwork, and leaded-glass windows underpinning the sense of timeless classicism. Stately marble steps lead to the entry and its regal double doors. Interior ceilings soar to airy heights, and oversized windows and multiple skylights admit lovely natural light from four directions. Beneath a glorious skylight, the home’s central stairway—which links each of the three levels—rises from the entry to the public spaces, which were designed for both intimate and grand-scale entertaining: a spacious living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a handsome formal dining room with eye-catching woodwork and a striking carved fireplace, and a delightful cook’s kitchen with an island, a breakfast area, and doors to a sunlight-flooded terrace with a mesmerizing vista of Alcatraz and the bay. The third level comprises of four bedrooms, including the luxurious corner master suite, which enjoys an iconic view and encompasses a balcony, two well-outfitted walk-in closets, and a tranquil bath with a soaking tub, shower, and dual vanities. On the entry level are a mahogany-paneled library with plentiful bookshelves and a fireplace, two quiet guest suites—one of which could easily serve as an office—a gym with a powder room nearby, and a generous family room with abundant built-ins, a convenient kitchenette, and access to a secluded courtyard terrace. The residence also boasts parking for four cars—two in the attached garages and two in the spacious motor court. Perfectly positioned in Pacific Heights within a short walk of the shops and restaurants along Union Street.