Set on a serene, tree-lined street, adorned with vibrant mural art and walking distance to many fun SOMA hotspots, this three level townhouse condominium is a serene hideaway in the center of the city. Just like a house with its own footprint, the vintage faade gives way to the modern design of the visionary architect Donald McDonald, who designed many beautiful intimate communities in the city using the guiding principles of shared light and air, economic use of space, with each home wrapped in a bit of nature. The innovative design of this home provides the privacy of a house with the modern conveniences of a contemporary condominium building. A private foyer entry on the first level houses robust private storage. Up a level is a spacious bedroom, which opens to a private deeded deck projected into grove of eucalyptus, overlooking a minimalist garden space. Laundry and the full bath, wall of mirrors, and shower over tub complete this floor. Up a level is the majestic, luminous living and dining space, open to a custom kitchen with cherry wood cabinetry, warmed by a wood burning fireplace and punctuated by windows rising the full double height of the building with wooded outlooks to the sky. Upstairs is the loft bedroom and half bath with the feeling of a tree-house and flexible potential use as media, guest or bedroom. Go outside to a vibrant SOMA street and find Brain Wash, the City Beer Store, Terroir Wine Bar, SightGlass and numerous design shops, galleries, cafes and night spots. Easy freeway access and nearby public transportation unlock the city at this location.
Condo – San Francisco, California, USA
8,591 $ /m²
Total area: 93 m² 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom
- Built in 1906