Sleek and contemporary four-level home in San Francisco

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This contemporary remodel and addition was designed by Sutro Architects and built by Design Line Construction, nestled on a spacious site at the top of Cole Valley, a small neighborhood in San Francisco, California. The design project involved an expansion of the property, this encompassed adding an additional story and a roof deck onto the home. Now with four-levels and 4,800 square feet of sumptuous living space, this home is an oasis for contemporary living. There are a total of five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in this newly remodeled residence. From the exterior facade, expansive windows creates a sleek and polished aesthetic. The gourmet kitchen is a chefs delight with double ovens and sinks and an Italian marble topped island with waterfall edges. The living and dining rooms have a dual-sided gas fireplace for warmth and ambiance, while European white oak hardwood floors traverse throughout the pad.

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On the top level, a master bedroom retreat showcases panoramic views and an en-suite spa-like bathroom. On the ground level, a garage offers parking for four cars which includes a charge station and a media room complete with surround sound and a built-in bar. A rooftop deck offers a cozy fire pit, dining al fresco and spectacular views over the city. There is also an additional deck just off the family room that is covered and a generously-sized backyard garden that is beautifully landscaped.

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What We Love: This residence features beautiful custom finishes, expansive walls of glass that showcase panoramic views of the city below… and the outdoor areas are very inviting! What are your thoughts about this home remodel, how do you think the design team did at pulling off the overall aesthetic?

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Fun Fact: The home was originally purchased back in 2013 for $1.855 million, then it was given a complete transformation and then was re-listed for $7.69 million… someone made a great profit!

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Photos: Courtesy of Sutro Architects

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8 years ago

i think that the kitchen area should have some kind of partition or divider to demarcate the space from the living areas. the reason being that i think of a kitchen as being a work area and a congregation area. aside from that, my comment is: nice!!! one thing that i really like about the way that this project was executed was that they started with an oak hardwood floor as a foundation. this allowed them to go contemporary with the rest of the design without ending up with a sterile “modernist” interior. one thing that i might have done… Read more »