Next Up

Homes With a History: Locksley Hall in Belvedere, Calif.

June 02, 2015
Built circa 1904, this Classical Revival residence offers incredible architectural detail and stunning views of San Francisco.
Price and stock could change after publish date, and we may make money off these affiliate links. Learn more.
1 / 22
Photo: McGuire Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International. From: McGuire Real Estate.

Locksley Hall in Belvedere, Calif.

This three-level home, with approximately 9,235 square feet of living space, was originally built circa 1904 by C.O. Perry, a wealthy San Francisco banker. The home underwent a $30 million restoration to retain its original architectural detail while bringing the property into the 21st century. Secluded on Belvedere Island's southeastern crest, the Greek Revival-style masterpiece offers unobstructed 270-degree views that encompass the San Francisco city skyline, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Angel Island and the picturesque waters of the bay.

More photos after this Ad

2 / 22
Photo: McGuire Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International. From: McGuire Real Estate.

Home Exterior

Stone hardscaping leads from the lush lawn area down to the home's gorgeous rose-cutting garden.

More photos after this Ad

3 / 22
Photo: McGuire Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International. From: McGuire Real Estate.

Swimming Pool

The backyard swimming pool, in gorgeous teal-colored tile, is a nod to the lush green landscape and majestic blue water that surround the home. A vine-covered pergola is situated beside the pool for shade on hot summer days.

More photos after this Ad

4 / 22
Photo: McGuire Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International. From: McGuire Real Estate.

Pool and View

An aerial view of the expansive grounds showcases the gorgeous swimming pool with a picturesque waterfront view and the adjacent yard and patio, which are perfect for outdoor activities.

More photos after this Ad