Esteemed early-20th-century architect Edgar Mathews designed this enchanting home as his private residence. Built in 1907 on a desirable cul-de-sac near the Presidio in Pacific Heights, it offers enviable views on all five levels. Beyond a brick-paved entry courtyard with storybook charm is the foyer that flows to the elegant central stairway and a grand living room with a fireplace, wet bar, and magnificent views. On the level below is a bright kitchen and a dining room that opens to a deck, all enjoying the stunning view. Completing this floor is a bedroom, en-suite bath, laundry room, and large storage room. The fourth level boasts the principal suite with spectacular views, two additional bedrooms, and a jack-and-jill bath. The top floor offers a versatile space with a full bath and access to the roof deck with fire pit and incredible views of Alcatraz, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Bay. On the lowest level is a family room and access to the oversized garden below.