This grand-scale 1930s Albert Farr home located in Presidio Heights, San Francisco is a true French-Normandy-style inspired manor with magnificent Golden Gate Bridge views. This estate has been completely reimagined by Handel Architects and was recently renovated''down to the studs'' by Matarozzi Pelsinger with the highest level of craftsmanship rarely seen. The architectural symmetry and detail are displayed in the massive brick-accented faade displaying a grand style of a timeless era. The grand proportions reflect Old San Francisco extravagance and elegance at its best.The completely reimagined interiors feature large steel and glass windows which fill the space with daylight and sunlight. The palette is light: combined bleached oak, limestone, and marmarino plaster ceilings and walls. The sense of space is entirely modern, the soft-toned interiors exude a palpable sense of harmony.