Before there was a Sea Cliff neighborhood, there was 1 25th. This proud and welcoming Italianate-Victorian home stood alone on the bluffs of the area's now-famous cliffs offering respite and privacy for the San Francisco family that built it in 1908. Dramatic Golden Gate Bridge views, grand scale, and updated amenities in the home's many inviting spaces bring modern livability even as the irrepressible charm of Old World details calls to the past. The main level is centered around a lush south-facing courtyard and has a seamless flow of lavish entertaining spaces and intimate living areas. While upstairs, the bedroom level boasts an ideal layout with a primary suite with unobstructed views, dual dressing rooms and bathrooms, plus 3 addl bedroom suites. Completing the residence is an upper level with a spacious family lounge room with wet bar and a guest suite, both with private terraces and spectacular views. The 8,495 sqft residence offers an impossible-to-find presence and legacy.