This single family residence in the Clarendon Heights area has panoramic views of downtown San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Bay Bridge from every level. It was a 2-story house built in 1960, with a ‘telephone pole’ foundation. The project entailed putting in a modern perimeter and slab foundation down the hillside, removing the ‘telephone poles’, and expanding down beneath the original structure. The 2,200 square foot house was renovated and enlarged into a 5,700 square foot showcase home. Designed by Andy Rodgers Design Studio in conjunction with SF Modern, into a modern resort style, it uses natural and modern elements in harmonic balance. The resulting house is a 5-bedroom, 7-bath home with expansive living areas, media room, wine cellar, solar panels, elevator, and 5 patios for true indoor-outdoor integration. Now that the renovation has been completed, the home is for sale at $5,000,000, listed here.