Since the embracing of the California dream, architects and designers have attempted to create spaces that take full advantage of San Francisco's views and climate. 1667 Turk is just such a property. It was conceived as a house-like penthouse, perched above the neighbors with sun and volume informing its spaces. At the top taking in the best views is the entertaining level with cathedral ceilings, skylights, and a fireplace. Step through french doors onto a huge south-facing deeded deck with sightlines to Alamo Square, the Westerfield Mansion and downtown. The northside of the building faces Pacific Heights to Lone Mountain. There is also a full bathroom on this level.The kitchen has new appliances and a two story window that floods the counter workspaces with southern sun. Three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a laundry room also fill out the amenities on this floor. At the entry level there is a shared yard and a deeded garage. With over 2000 square feet & a fantastic price there is a lot to love. Embrace California living in this central, friendly location home. 97 walk score.