La Maison Bleue (The Blue House) is a french song about San Francisco. It was written in the 1970s by famous singer Maxime le Forestier and told of a painted house set aside a San Francisco hill — a welcoming home to gather with friends, enjoy a good meal and create memories that would last for generations. So too do the doors to 78 Whitney stand open; inviting you to explore the warmth and charm of this classic San Francisco home. Pride of ownership echoes through the corridors and corners of nearly every room where home improvements, both structural and cosmetic, abound. The main level boasts vintage architecture with coved ceilings and casement windows leading to an updated kitchen, a separate work-from-home space and a walk-out deck to the perfectly sized garden with two lemon trees. A reimagined lower level with radiant floor heating renders a 3rd bedroom, another bathroom and secondary access to the garden. Interior laundry and 2-car garage parking complete this remarkable home.