Welcome to this two-story, Mediterranean-Mission-style home, designed in 1912 by famed San Francisco architect, Willis Polk, as a carriage house for real estate tycoon, Joseph Ccoryell. This enchanting residence, with its facade of weathered concrete, is constructed around a series of sunny patios. Inside, the living room is vast enough to accommodate the grandest of entertainment, and the foursquare dining room can seat a banquet. In the master suite, a Gothic arch supporting the soaring bedroom ceiling underscores the room’s origins as a family chapel. A sitting room and two additional bedrooms, each with private bath, are reached by climbing a serpentine stairwell. In addition, there is a studio apartment in the kitchen wing, as well as a guest cottage attached to the two-car garage.