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Features

Sophistication and luxury combine seamlessly in this meticulously renovated home.  A classic Victorian façade belies the beautiful clean lines and luxurious design finishes within.  Open span living space is ideal for large gatherings as well as intimate dinner parties.  Dedicated spaces for formal dining, enjoying conversation at the gorgeous natural Brazilian stone kitchen island, or a cozy evening in front of the fireplace in the great room, were all taken into consideration when planning this ideal floor plan.  Direct access to the inspired architectural garden allows for residents to enjoy indoor and outdoor living that Noe Valley mild weather offers. 

An impressive steel and glass floating staircase beckons you upstairs to find three well-appointed bedrooms (one master with spacious ensuite bathroom and large walk out private deck), plenty of custom built-in storage space, second full bath and laundry room.

Downstairs, you will find a large fourth bedroom with modern barn door, a full bathroom and media lounge finished with custom millwork walnut paneling and gas fireplace.  A perfect walk out patio with massive floor to ceiling sliding glass door, access to the two car garage with ample storage space and second laundry room complete the lower living level of this impressive property. 

Located in the coveted Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, this special house is surrounded by recently restored and well maintained homes, all within walking distance to 24th Street shops, eateries and local parks. 

Local developers, with a keen eye for finish choices and great detail, have created this dwelling worth beholding. 

4 Bedrooms

3 Full Bathrooms and Powder Room

2 Car s/s Parking

Deck (off Master Suite)

Multi-Zone Radiant Heat with Nest Technology Control

Two Gas Fireplaces

Media Lounge with Roughed-in Plumbing for Potential Wet Bar

Spacious Landscaped Garden and Patio

Video Intercom System, Complete Audio System with Built-In Ceiling Speakers with Volume Control in Every Room

Technology
 
Nest heating control
Security alarm system
2 Intercom and video systems
Cat 5 Wiring throughout all rooms

Plumbing/Mechanical

Radiant Heated Floors throughout entire house with 6 zones of comfort
On demand heater for instant domestic hot water
Rain shower in master bathroom and separate soaking tub
 
Cabinetry and Woodwork

Custom walnut and high gloss white finish kitchen
5 inch solid oak hardwood floors throughout with deep ebony stain
8’ Solid core doors and Top Knob hardware and polished chrome fittings throughout 

Kitchen

Exotic Brazilian natural stone island
36 Inch Bosch cabinet integrated fridge
36 Inch Miele cooktop
36 inch Miele hood
2 Bosch dishwashers
Bosch double oven with warming drawer and microwave
Under cabinet 56 bottle wine cooler

Electrical / Lighting

New Line voltage electrical throughout
Lutron dimmers in all living areas
Environmentally friendly LED lighting
Custom designer light fixtures

Structural 

10” Concrete and steel retaining wall
1 3/4" x 93/4 LVL Floor Joists
Multiple structural steel beams, sheer-walls and hold-downs

Additional Features

 

Dwell magazine inspired floating steel and glass staircase

Custom walnut millwork paneling

Natural white quartz stone tile

Storage provided under entry stairs for bicycles

Outdoor entertainment patio and garden with gas to rear deck for BBQ

Custom forest inspired wall paper from London in the powder room

Windows by Marvin and All Weather

 

Property Specifics: 

  • Approximately 3,408 Sq. Ft. (as per Architect)
  • Approximately 2,848 Sq. Ft. Lot (as per Tax Records)
  • Originally Built in 1901 (as per Tax Records)
  • Zoning: RH2
  • Land Use: Single Family Residence (SFR)
  • ‘Down to Studs’ Renovation Completed in January, 2017 

Wonderful San Francisco neighborhood block with charming renovated homes, walking distance to 24th Street services and local parks, easy parking and access to public transit

 

 

 

 

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Neighborhood


Noe Valley

Noe Valley was primarily developed at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century.  The city planners have preserved the historical significance of the neighborhood, by making it very hard to teardown existing structures to build new homes.

Like many other San Francisco neighborhoods, Noe Valley started out as a working-class neighborhood for employees and their families in the area’s once-thriving blue-collar economy, but has since undergone successive waves of gentrification and is now considered an upscale neighborhood. It is home to many urban professionals, particularly young couples with children. It is colloquially known as Stroller Town, for the many strollers in the neighborhood. Now it is not unusual for renovated homes in Noe Valley to sell for four million dollars or more.

One of the attractions of Noe Valley is that the adjacent Twin Peaks partly blocks the coastal fog and cool winds from the Pacific, making the microclimate usually sunnier and warmer than surrounding neighborhoods.

Traffic flow is limited – one main north access through Castro Street to Eureka Valley, one main west access up Clipper Street toward the former Twin Peaks toll plaza and west of the city, several east accesses to the Mission District through 24th, Cesar Chavez and other numbered streets, and the main north–south Church Street access used by the J Church Muni Light Rail.

Public transit includes the J Church, which runs down Church Street until 30th Street. The 24 Muni Bus also runs through Noe Valley. Its route comes from the north on Castro Street, and switches to Noe Street at 26th Street. It then exits the neighborhood via 30th Street.

The neighborhood is primarily residential, although there are two bustling commercial strips that offer great local restaurants, great little pubs, banks, dry cleaners, dog grooming, private gyms, and of course, a well-stocked Whole Foods market. The first, along 24th Street, between Church Street and Diamond Street, and the second, less dense corridor along Church Street, between 24th Street and 30th Street.

Ruth Asawa was a resident of Noe Valley from 1962 until her death in August 2013. Carlos Santana graduated from James Lick Middle School on Noe Street in the early 1960s, as did Benjamin Bratt in the following decade. Medea Benjamin also lives in the neighborhood. Famous residents include Scott Hutchins, Evan Williams and Mark Zuckerberg.

Where do San Francisco hipsters move when they grow up? Noe Valley. This small enclave nestled in the hills above San Francisco Bay is proof positive you don't have to leave the city when you transition ‘from Stoli to stroller’.

Jaw-dropping views of the bay looking east toward Oakland greet you from almost any street corner. Boutiques are chockablock here.  Thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers market, locals never have to leave the neighborhood to get their fix of fresh organic vegetables, fruit and honey.

Some of the best public schools in the city are here in Noe Valley. Fairmount Elementary School and Alvarado Elementary School are both notable for their levels of family involvement. James Lick Middle School prepares students with language immersion programs, award winning art, music, and media programs. And the test scores are above 600 on the California Academic Performance Index (API).

Noe Valley is that prized thing in San Francisco: a place where families can put down roots, straight through the sidewalks of 24th Street.  All of this, coupled with close proximity to the famed Mission District and easy access to commuter routes.



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