Offered at $1,035,000
Sold for $1,030,000
76 Laidley Street is located in the Fairmount Heights area of Glen Park and is one block away from Noe Valley. The 0 and 100 blocks of Laidley Street also known as “Architects Row” is a highly desirable location due its modern, architecturally-designed homes and sweeping panoramic views. Many homes on Laidley Street are featured in various architecturally-focused publications. 76 Laidley Street is close to cafes, restaurants, and shops on Church Street and 24th Street in Noe Valley, and in Glen Park Village.
76 Laidley Street is located on the top side of a split street. All three levels of the current home have views of the San Francisco skyline, San Francisco Bay, Portrero Hill, Noe Valley, and Bernal Heights. The current home is 2,257 square feet, two-story, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. (2 bedrooms and 1 bath are permitted. 1 bedroom and 1 bath are not permitted.)
The lot size is extra long (25 X 150 feet) with a 6-level, terraced, fully landscaped backyard with a 13-foot stone waterfall and a stone staircase that meanders up to a small cottage at the rear of the property.
Square Footage Details
Garage/Basement: 594 sf
1st Floor (mezzanine): 556 sf
2nd Floor: 1,107 sf
Total: 2,257 sf
The New Home
Style and Size
The new home will be a California-modern home designed by architect Hiromi Ogawa. After interviewing many architects, Hiromi was hired because of her energy, professionalism, and experience designing California-modern homes while running her own firm and while working for Swatt Architects.
The new home is designed to exploit the views and to maximize space, natural light, and functionality. The new home is designed to be “green” in that it will be energy efficient, solar powered, and the guest house is designed to have a roof garden and a green roof. To provide a warmer, inviting feel to the home, all of the doors and windows are designed to be wood, and the siding is designed to be partially wood, partially stucco.
The new home is designed to conform to the size of the homes on the 0 and 100 blocks of Laidley Street and designed to contribute to the modern look of the street. These homes are typically four-story (three over garage). As such, the new home will be a four-story (three over garage), 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath house when combined with the guest house.