About The Wilmot
Merging upscale urban living with modern design, this architectural gem offers three brilliant floors of luxury. The Wilmot is a stunning, one of a kind 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom (plus guest suite) single-family-home published in San Francisco Modern and San Francisco Examiner. Built from the ground up in 1994 by renowned, Architectural Digest featured architect Richard Brayton as his own home, the residence was recently remodeled for a sexy-modern palate in partnership with preeminent designer-builder Van Acker Construction Associates.
The first step inside reveals a dramatic three-story corridor crowned with a peaked skylight running the full length of the home. Ascending the stairway to the main floor, enter a seamless volume of space that integrates the living, dining, and kitchen into a grand entertaining room. Vaulted ceilings, glass and metal, floor-to-ceiling windows frame verdant views of outdoor foliage and flood the interior with natural light. This space features the highest levels of modern design and craftsmanship with three-quarter-inch-thick refinished hardwood floors, recessed curtains, wall space for your art collection, and an inviting wood-burning fireplace.
The entertaining level is ideal for daytime creativity, and evening revelry. Entertain guests with a custom integrated sound system, chic powder room, and a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen with bar seating for dinner party attendees to witness your Top Chef! This culinary centerpiece includes Calcutta countertops, stainless steel appliances, and an oversized statement waterfall-island with a raised stainless steel bar countertop and recessed counter lighting. The oculus skylight feature above bathes the kitchen in a halo from the third level.
Reminiscent of SFMOMA, a steel-grate stairway ascends to the top floor landing. Here, as a centerpiece to three sun-filled bedrooms, through the oculus’ opening you can look upon the kitchen below. Double doors reveal a master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, integrated storage, undercut oak flooring, recessed curtains, and more natural light. A shared master bathroom is appointed with a soaking tub, frameless walk-in glass shower, and Ann Sacks limestone. Two additional bedrooms, laundry area, and storage space complete the top floor.
The first floor features a serene guest suite-media room combo and office lined with beautiful Ann Sacks Limestone flooring with a sub-floor heating mat, vaulted ceilings, a second wood-burning fireplace, flatscreen home theatre space, and a spa-like full-room bath with frameless walk-in shower. Built for indoor-outdoor entertainment, a private garden terrace lies beyond a duo of French doors, giving way to lush greenery and outdoor fireplace perfect for intimate twilight gatherings. A desirable two-car garage with side-by-side parking and ample storage space complete the residence.
The Wilmot is a distinctly modern balance of quality and elegance, uniquely featuring contemporary warmth and artistic living spaces. The residence is ideally located on a quiet and private residential one-way street - yet only steps from the heart of the Fillmore District with its acclaimed restaurants, bars, movie theaters, boutiques, and local hot-spots.
Lower Pacific Heights
Lower Pacific Heights is centrally located, a buzzing urban neighborhood teeming with landmarks of San Francisco’s history, acclaimed businesses, retail, and eateries.
Richard Brayton, who cofounded the award-winning Brayton Hughes design firm, is best known for his interior work (Market Bar, Cavallo Point), but he also created a few architectural specimens, including his onetime home in Pacific Heights…