An address such as this rarely comes to market in Nob Hill. When it does, it's here and then gone - possibly for generations, because this is iconic San Francisco real estate unlike any other. The Boggs-Shenson House is a hidden gem, a luxury oasis on the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This brown-shingled home sits on a quarter of an acre double lot atop a hill. As one of only a few single-family homes in Nob Hill, the estate boasts five bedrooms, and five bathrooms across four stories, with every detail considered, including three outdoor living spaces, a 634-bottle walk-in wine cellar and 42 gas fireplace set in architectural stone. The views are nothing short of spectacular, including the Golden Gate & Bay Bridges, Coit Tower, Transamerica Pyramid, the City skyline, the Bay and Grace Cathedral. The Boggs-Shenson House speaks to discerning individuals who seek to build their very own legacy in the heart of Nob Hill.