Just like in the game of Monopoly, Pacific Ave is one of the most sought after locations. And in San Francisco, between Broderick and Baker, it is home to some of its most expensive real estate. This home sits on top of the world at 6,000 square feet and several of its top floors feature views of the bay. The home replaced what was once the famed Grant School back in 2002. The new construction is from the ground up. The main floor features a family room and kitchen that opens onto a level and sunny yard. One of the most difficult things to find in San Francisco is a home with four bedrooms all on one level. Thankfully the extra wide lot makes all these rooms nicely sized and appointed. The favorite room in the house will be the full-floor open entertainment room includes a walk out terrace and panoramic roof deck. On the bottom floor is a au pair or guest suite with bath and 3 car side by side parking.