Designed in 1904 by Samuel Newsom of the renowned firm Newsom & Newsom Architects, this magnificent four-level manor ($14,000,000) in Pacific Heights truly embodies The City’s aristocratically stylish roots. The Classic Revival mansion begins with a rotunda portico entrance supported by decorative Roman columns. Inside the residence, the formal entry parlor is uplifted by an Imperial staircase, all illuminated by an amazing stained-glass panel in the elaborate coffered ceiling. Throughout the grand-scale rooms, intricate rosettes are carved into mahogany wall panels, detailed box-beam ceilings add architectural flair, and imported fireplace mantelpieces offer artful gathering points. On the top floor, views of the Bay and Alcatraz. Numerous sitting rooms and refined libraries provide versatile accommodations for a variety of lifestyle needs. The lower-level recreation room, is currently configured as a billiards hall. 9 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms include several options for guest and staff needs.