A flagship Gardener Daily property, 2845 Fillmore embodies the visionary's style, aesthetic, and execution. Secluded and private, the mid-century home is set 60' back from the street on a double wide lot, sequestered and unassuming behind a fully matured Chinese Elm. The architect's design philosophies are epitomized in the home: wide hallways and doors, notably tall windows, and framed controlled outlooks to gardens and views from prominent living spaces. To live in a Gardner Dailey home is to live in utmost sophistication: oversized rooms, dictated outlooks spanning Bay and Golden Gate Bridge views, masterfully organized floor plans--forward thinking for 1941 but ever relevant today. Stewardship of this home is a distinction held among prominent San Francisco families, each taking the gravitas of the property to the next generation.Elevator from garage to top level.