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This serene San Francisco house overlooks a majestic redwood tree

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What once was a 1916 small cottage-style house was reimagined by John Lum Architecture, nestled in the quaint Glen Park community of San Francisco, California. Taking 18 months to complete, this ground-up renovation project established a spacious 4,029 square foot dwelling with five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms on a spacious double lot for ultimate comfort and privacy. 

The most impressive attribute of this dwelling is the open floor plan with soaring cathedral ceilings and skylights. Bold black windows with crisp white walls make a statement in this dwelling. The windows and doors were sourced from Sierra Pacific Windows, including Aspen Casements, Patio Sliders, Inswing Doors, and Special Shapes.

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT John Lum Architecture BUILDER Eastwood Development DESIGNER John Lum Architecture ENGINEERING Double D Engineering

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This property transports guests to a Northern California natural escape through the spacious rear decks that overlook the sprawling grassy lawn and protected old-growth redwood tree.

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What We Love: This San Francisco house provides its owners with a beautiful renovation full of warmth and comfort. Large windows at the back of the property perfectly frame the majestic redwood tree, which can also be enjoyed from the outdoor decks. Overall, we are loving the redesign of this home, especially the centrally located kitchen with its stunning fireclay tile backsplash to tie the kitchen in with the tree.

Tell Us: What elements in this dwelling do you find most appealing? Please share your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have highlighted here on One Kindesign in the city of San Francisco: A San Francisco home inspired by modernist Scandinavian architecture and Remarkable energy efficient home boasts views over San Francisco Bay.

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Above: This chef’s kitchen is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances and custom shaker-style quarter-sawn white oak cabinets. The hardware is thin square pulls in polished chrome, sourced from Atlas Homewares. The countertops are matte gray quartz. The backsplash tile is ceramic picket tiles in Kelp color from Fireclay tile. The pendant lights are Chroma in black from Kuzco Lighting. The dimensions of this space are 10 by 15 feet.

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Above: The great room features an impressive custom fireplace.

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Above: The rear of the house overlooks a large heritage redwood tree, which can be viewed through large sliding glass doors.

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The serene experience in this dwelling continues into the owner’s bedroom suite. Highlights include views of the east bay from a private patio, walk-in closet, and luxurious bathroom with dual sinks, a soaking tub, and a spa-like shower.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Tim D Coy Photography

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