2672 Filbert Street

The 5,200 square foot Cow Hollow home at 2672 Filbert Street was taken down to the studs and rebuilt in 2005, envisioned as “a Roman style city home,” according to the architect.

2672 Filbert Street Foyer

The floor plan spans four levels, with an entry foyer which leads to an open living and dining room and then down the hall past a central staircase and elevator to the chef’s kitchen which is complete with a requisite pot filler over the stove and opens to a family room and terrace with big bay views.

2672 Filbert Street Kitchen

2672 Filbert Street Kitchen and Family Room

The top floor features a second family room and terrace overlooking the Bay, Palace and Golden Gate Bridge.

2672 Filbert Street Top Floor Family Room

The lowest level includes a two-car garage, wine room, sauna and the fifth bedroom which opens to a deck which overlooks the terraced yard.

2672 Filbert Street Deck and Yard

Purchased for $6,600,000 in 2006, 2672 Filbert is now back on the market and listed for $8,600,000 today.

17 thoughts on “Roman (Holiday Weekend) In San Francisco”
    1. I was expecting dining couches, an interior courtyard, and wall murals. This is a standard 21st century open floor plan home.

  1. I actually really like the floor plan and the outdoor spaces, lots of room to be outside and entertain inside as well. Not sure about Roman Style, but very nice house!

  2. I don’t know why, but I find it interesting that the “neighborhood” photos feature every restaurant, shop & business on Union and Chestnut Streets, but omit photos of Liverpool Lil’s, Baker Street Bistro & the Final Final, all of which are closer – literally right around the corner.

  3. @djt

    The dual staircases may be a requirement in lieu of having to install a sprinkler system throughout the building. I believe one or the other is a requirement when you add a third floor to a building, if that is what happened here.

    1. You may be correct, but the white caps on the ceilings that aren’t lights or speakers are sprinkler covers.

        1. Best reason it seems to me for the second set of (smaller) stairs is for staff. Houses of this scale would often have that, and it IS a very nice feature.

  4. It definitely has that “IL Fornaio” atmosphere . I think I saw those outdoor lounge chairs at Zinc Details on Fillmore, but that was over 2 years ago.

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