2000 Jackson is recognized as an iconic home designed by famed San Francisco architect Edward Eyestone Young in 1929 and is located across from the historical Spreckels mansion in the premier neighborhood of Pacific Heights. This light-filled, Greco-Roman Renaissance inspired gem is 4200 square feet and is fully detached on three sides with stunning views of the Bay from every north facing window. Contributing to this elegance, the home is decorated with many details of the period, quoining corners, balustrade framed balcony, French door windows and high ceilings throughout the first floor, marble mantel outlining the fireplace, formal dining room, breakfast room and powder room, hardwood floors throughout. Two master suites with additional bedroom/office and bath on the second floor, four bedrooms and a bath on the third floor with dormered roof. 2+ side-by-side car garage parking, wine closet and bayview garden including a Roger Berry sculpture atop the water fountain.