After a year of staying indoors, people are prioritizing time in nature and rethinking how their homes can serve them. San Francisco-based luxury home creators Troon Pacific are prioritizing this connection to nature by injecting their homes with over-the-top biophilic elements to promote a sense of indoor/outdoor living. From the recently completed LEED Platinum-certified, Residence 2582 which was inspired by nature from top to bottom to Troon’s other homes in San Francisco, including Residence 2895 and Residence 63, their high-performance, high-quality homes are ideal for sophisticated buyers that care about wellness and sustainability.

Residence 2582, a home for Nature Lovers. Credit Jacob Elliott
Credit Jacob Elliott

Residence 2582

In the city’s coveted Cow Hollow neighborhood, Residence 2582 is a massive three-story 12,464 sq. ft. home demonstrating the best of modern California architecture. Completed in 2021, the six-bedroom home is priced at $46 million and combines timeless design with leading-edge sustainability and health initiatives. A double-height atrium foyer greets guests upon entry while the floating glass staircase and reflecting pools are below a massive operable skylight creating a dramatic scene. Along with marrying sophisticated finishes with leading-edge sustainability and health initiatives, the residence features outdoor spaces which are just as grand as the indoor. With terraces on each floor, an outdoor garden oasis, and an Olympic-length lap pool and hot tub on the roof, guests are immersed in unprecedented views of the surrounding area. Other amenities include a theater room, a steam shower and sauna, a butler’s pantry, and a catering kitchen.

Residence 2895, a home for Nature Lovers. Credit SteelBlue
Credit SteelBlue

Residence 2895

At the crest of Pacific Heights on the coveted Broadway Gold Coast Residence 2895 will be delivered with a fully permitted set of architectural drawings, approved building permit, and detailed construction documents for $29.5 million. Designed by Troon Pacific and Snøhetta the six-level home will feature eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and fully repurpose the existing 12,000 sq. ft. home while excavating and adding 8,000 sq. ft of new living and entertaining space into the hillside below. Punctuated by soaring atriums, tall ceilings, and contemporary design and engineering, the home spans an entire city block and offers a litany of amenities. Some of the top amenities include a filtered air, water, and wellness program integrated throughout the house, a terraced landscape including a lap pool, living walls, an outdoor bar, and a dining area with lush gardens. The house is also designed to include 8,000 sq. ft. of gallery space, with an additional art storage space of approximately 3,900 feet, and a potential 12-car garage.

Residence 63, a home for Nature Lovers. Credit Steelblue
Credit Steelblue

Residence Sixty-Three

Offering modern design in Cole Valley, Residence Sixty-Three will also be delivered with a fully permitted set of architectural drawings, approved building permits, and detailed construction documents for $8.9 million. Floor-to-ceiling windows are offered throughout the 4,590 sq. ft. home offering views of the Golden Gate Bridge for residents of this four-bedroom with four baths and two half baths modern home. With a garden-like backyard featuring a fire pit and hot tub as well as a BBQ area and outdoor dining room, the outdoor spaces are primed for hosting. Inside, the custom architectural steel staircase with prism skylight and glass door leads to the home’s roof deck while there also features a custom wet bar with wine storage and gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry and adjacent family room. The primary suite is equipped with a soaking tub and large walk-in closet while the home also features a Sky Lounge, its modern penthouse entertainment suite.