Designed to maximize light, this luminous home is the definition of modern luxury living, nestled on a hillside site in Noe Valley, a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. Comprised of 3,480 square feet of living space, there are four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, no detail has been left to spare. In the main living area, floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood sliding glass doors expands to reveal a spacious patio that connects the indoors with the outdoors, perfect for entertaining. The bedrooms are situated on the top level, while an Aupair suite is positioned on the entry level. A cohesive floorplan displays custom designed millwork seen throughout the interiors, creating a beautiful aesthetic. Additional spaces includes a chefs kitchen, dining room, home library, wet bar, media room, home office, an elevator, rooftop deck and a two car garage with a charging station.
This spectacular home was spotted listed for sale at $4,395,000, from here.
What We Love: The spectacular hillside location has lent itself to creating a unique home full of decks that step their way down the hillside. The outdoor living spaces are magnificent, taking advantage of the California lifestyle. Sleek modern spaces are perfect for those who love to entertain.
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A speakeasy wet bar is perfect for entertaining friends and family. A custom designed fabricated wall conceals the laundry room.
The media room features custom designed built-ins which houses an in-home theater system, which is also wired for a projector.
Located on the entry level, a spacious Aupair Suite features floor-to-ceiling windows to bathe the space in natural light. A custom designed white oak desk adds functionality to the suite.
A skylight in the stairwell illuminates the staircase all the way down to the lower level. The stairs are comprised of white oak.
The spacious master suite features sliding glass doors that spills out onto a private deck, creating a nice indoor/outdoor connection.
A rooftop deck off the office area.
From the rear of the home you can see the great room and master suite with a private deck. To the right is a staircase that leads up to a spacious rooftop deck, an oasis to enjoy captivating sunsets.
From this perspective you see a terraced garden and the master suite deck below.
Solar panels affixed to the roof helps to decrease the home’s energy consumption by roughly 40 percent.
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