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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.

Please visit: www.HillStreetMajestic.com

May 1, 2016 / by / in , ,
Sold: 849 Sanchez Street

 

849 Sanchez Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

Sold for $4,100,000


Distinctive architecture atop Liberty Heights, corner lot, breathtaking East Bay, valley vistas. Exterior facade presents historic past but once inside, stunning updated interior offers alluring contemporary design. Curved stairs w/custom railing & dramatic contours. Refinished espresso floors, crisp white walls. LR & DR w/vues & deck. Gourmet ktchn w/walls of sleek cabinetry for storage, Calacatta marble, island, premium appliances. Glass brick offers distinctive design element, privacy & natural light. Den/media rm; Brkfst rm; Office; BD; pwdr. Mstr suite-access to bckyrd w/vues; Mstr BA w/dual sink vanity, soaking tub; Fmily rm w/vues; en suite BA. Masterful mix of style & sophistication in superb location near vibrant 24th St corridor.

April 30, 2016 / by / in , ,
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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