Perched near the peak of Bernal Hill and commanding panoramic views of the southeastern City, the Bay and the East Bay Hills, 81 Bradford is a charming single-family home. Sitting on a double +/-3500 square foot lot, the current residence is a light-filled +/-660 square feet, 1 bedroom, 1 bath home, with south deck, hot tub, dedicated parking, laundry, and several recently replaced appliances including refrigerator, dishwasher, and electric fireplace. Every room in the home and the expansive garden all enjoy stunning eastern and south City views. As the last lot on the block, the home is incredibly private. With steep cliffs along the eastern and southern lot lines, the house has the feel of being all alone despite being right in the middle of the Bernal Heights neighborhood. The home is in a fantastic location just two blocks from all the shopping, restaurants and amenities of Cortland Avenue, one block from Bernal Hill, and near Pecita Park. With easy access to both 101 and 280 and Muni transit into the city just outside the front door, this is a great opportunity. Also offered are plans and near-ready site permit to build your dream home. A passion project of the sellers for many years, the proposed home was designed by award winning firm Kennerly Architecture and Planning in San Francisco and is a stunning wood, metal, and glass structure on four levels representing +/-2939 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 car parking and multiple outdoor spaces. The proposed home has been approved by the SF Planning Department and is a staggered split level design that nestles into the downslope of the lot so that it fits in nicely on the street and doesnt tower over neighboring houses. In order to take advantage of the stunning views and incredibly unique lot, the plans create a reverse floor plan home with the living areas on top with wrap around windows and deck. The existing home may also be an appropriate rental unit for a developer not inclined to build at the moment. Some images herein are architect renderings of the proposed unbuilt residence.