Great homes are filled with so many beautiful elements, it’s nearly impossible to choose favorites. But in this series we give it a try — starting at the top with staircases. Here are some of the best staircases we’ve seen lately, from Pasadena to Brentwood, and up the coast to San Francisco.
One of the finest Arts & Crafts houses ever built has been treated to an award-winning restoration. We could go on all day, but just see it and you'll understand. Offered at $11,750,000 by Sally Forster Jones.
As you walk through this multi-level property, enjoy grand ceilings, elevator, wireless sound system, high level security system and ample storage on each level. Offered at $4,900,000 by Sally Forster Jones and Janet Muradian.
This exquisitely maintained Mediterranean has a free flowing floor plan that creates an unrivaled space suited for the most sophisticated and cultivated buyers. Offered at $12,950,000 by Sally Forster Jones and Aaron Kirman.
Stunning, newly built, South of the Boulevard Cape Cod featuring a flowing open floor plan, 5 bedrooms, and 5.5 baths. Offered at $2,395,000 by Kristin Neithercut.
This Neo-Classical inspired estate, located in the heart of prime Bel-Air, sits on over 4 acres of ultra-private land. Enter through the opulent grand foyer and double staircase that showcases the 30-foot ceilings with exquisite crown molding. Offered at $16,500,000 by Aaron Kirman and Neyshia Go.
Cape Cod is hot in the Valley! Another stunning new construction located in the prime Studio City enclave of Colfax Meadows. Offered at $4,995,000 by Craig Strong.
This exceptional Greene and Greene English Revival estate has been meticulously renovated and reclaimed by its current owners. The main level consists of a large two level entry with a spectacular detailed central staircase. Offered at $4,175,000 by Kevin Bourland.
This custom-designed loft offers city skyline and Bay Bridge views. Safe to say it checks all your amenity boxes plus has plenty of style to elevate it above the rest. Offered at $1,595,000 by Arrian Binnings and Payton Stiewe.