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Sold: Noe Street/Eureka Valley


Noe Street/Eureka Valley
San Francisco, California

Sold for $5,600,000

Located in the coveted Dolores Heights historic district this dynamic home features a rare combination of impressive views, extensive outdoor areas and convenient access to neighboring amenities. The homes 3 levels of living are highlighted by abundant natural light, soaring ceilings and high end designer finishes making this home a true standout. 4 Bedrooms 4.5 Bathrooms New Construction 2 Car s/s Parking Panoramic View Roof Deck Solar-PV System 7 Zone Radiant Heat Skylights Fireplace Video Intercom System Green Features Throughout Lot 29X125 *per tax records Walk Score 97.


July 30, 2016 / by / in , ,
Sold: 544 Hill Street


544 Hill Street
San Francisco, California

Sold for $4,200,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 5 Zone Radiant Heat
  • Security System
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Irrigated Garden
  • 1 Car Garage + Driveway
  • 3.5 Bathrooms
  • Zoned Air Filtration System
  • All Systems Upgraded
  • Exterior Lighting
  • 2 Decks

This majestic Stick Eastlake Victorian was originally built in the 1890’s by Isaac Anderson and features striking elaborate details on the façade showcasing an era of highly skilled craftsmanship. The home has recently undergone an extensive down-to-the-studs renovation to turn this into a true “modern Victorian” with all new systems and substantial upgrades.

Great care has been taken to retain the vintage artistic details such as crown molding, ceiling medallions, and the oculus skylight which continues to wash the staircase in natural light. These amazing details are now highlights to the modern features such as new bathrooms and the sleek modern kitchen outfitted with timeless marble and high end appliances.

All three levels of spacious living have direct access to the outdoors including two decks and the well-designed yard and garden.

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Sold: 417 30th Street
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Sold: 3816 22nd Street


Offered at $4,250,000
Sold for $4,050,000

History and Modern Architecture Ignite!

Chemical Engine House 44 originally built in 1909 and served as a San Francisco firehouse until 1959. The home has recently undergone an extensive renovation and now a modern masterpiece sits behind the historic structure.

The brilliant renovation includes 4 levels of unique living space as well as an observatory tower, large wine cellar and tasting room; all designed for modern living. The open floor plan is accentuated by the center staircase/elevator atrium which is washed in sunlight from the immense skylight above.

A clever mix of modern and original details creates a home that is truly one of a kind. Upon entering through the massive original copper doors you will be captivated by the innovative floating level above. Features that make this home a standout include an impressive glass and reclaimed lumber staircase, two story family room with a wall of glass, gourmet “loft” kitchen with adjoining catering kitchen, original 4 story staircase and zinc clad doors, air conditioned bedroom levels, home spa, heated tiled floors, surround sound, roof terrace and dramatic observatory tower with 360 degree views.

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Sold: 710 Cole Street
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Sold: 389 27th Street


389 27th Street
San Francisco, CA

Sold for $3,525,000

“More than meets the eye” is an idiom that comes to mind when we think about the first time we saw the home at 389 Twenty-Seventh Street. At first impression the home is a handsome one story Victorian that sits behind a thoughtfully designed stacked stone fence and meticulously manicured landscaping. While the details, painted in rich blue and warm white paint, appear to be original the glass orb light fixture illuminating the doorway is a nod to modern and a subtle hint on what is about to come.

Stepping into the entry hall, which is flanked bythe lounge and the library, our eye is drawn to the expansive great room and a wall of south facing windows. It is now evident that this home has undergone an extensive down-to-the-studs renovation and the once single story “jewel box” is now an expansive three level home with all modern systems.

The finishes are clearly the result of a keen eye with the ability to marry classic and modern features creating a timeless environment and the layout a testament to the success in creating a home that is expansive but intimate at the same time.

What impressed us in the light filled kitchen was how it appears effortless. Open shelving give a sense of space and randomly hung light fixtures a bit of playfulness. However, upon closer inspection, this was a serious kitchen that was designed with great care and purpose.  Luxury level appliances such as Jenn Air and Thermador fit the bill for the home chef and include; a 5 burner gas cook-top and range hood, convection oven, microwave, warming drawer, and two dishwashers. Sometimes it’s the little things that really make an impact and here it’s the Jenn Air Refrigerator with its exclusive Obsidian (black) interior. All impressive, but the feature most extraordinary is the brilliant execution of installing four skylights on this level when an entire second level is above! The three skylights in the kitchen are also backlit so when the sun goes down they do not become dark voids in the ceiling.

The living room is wrapped with walls of windows, south facing for amazing light and west facing obscured for maximum privacy, and the homes second fireplace is located here. To expand the living area the room opens to the impressively large deck that has gas and water supplies for an outdoor kitchen and utilities installed for overhead heaters so this area is usable even on chilly nights.

Translucent glass panels separate the dining area and the staircase, one to the master bedroom level and the other down to additional bedrooms and entertaining areas.  Ascending to the second level you are welcomed with wonderful natural light from the skylights above. The master suite was designed with luxurious space and took advantage of the southern views which include the spires of St. Paul’s Church.  The adjoining bathroom is outfitted with a large walk-in shower and separate soaking tub, surely a welcome refuge. While the custom closets in the master bedroom are impressively roomy there is an additional room that serves as the dressing room with extra closets and access to the large private deck. If needed this room could easily serve as the homes fourth bedroom.

The garden level offers two large entertaining rooms including the billiard room that has a bank of cabinetry with an under-counter refrigerator and large sink allowing for independence from the kitchen. The adjoining room offers plenty of seating for lounging and opens to the patio with custom built-in seating. Finishing this level are the homes two additional bedrooms, two full baths and the laundry room.

Through the garden, which is designed for low maintenance, is the two story garage. A car lift allows for two car parking in the garage and an additional parking pad off of Comerford Alley creates parking for another car for a total of three car parking.

With close proximity to public transportation, shops, restaurants and free access 389 Twenty Seventh Street is an ideal city home location.

  • 3+ Bedrooms
  • 3.5 Bathrooms
  • 3 Private Outdoor Areas
  • 3 Car Parking
  • Designer Kitchen
  • Thermador Appliances
  • 7 Skylights
  • 2 Fireplaces
  • European Oak Flooring
  • Wine Refrigerator
  • Custom Wine Storage
  • Low Maintenance Outdoor Areas
  • Exterior Irrigation System
  • Programmable Lighting
  • 2,930 Square Feet (per draftsman)

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