This beautifully renovated single family home is located on a quiet side street in Russian Hill, one of San Francisco’s most picturesque neighborhoods. The four bedrooms, three full baths and two half-baths are comfortably spread out over approximately 3225 square feet on the three levels, plus a pent room with two decks and views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Features include the original crown molding in the living/dining room, new top of the line appliances in the open floor plan kitchen, and wide plank hardwood floors throughout. The property has been redesigned as a smart home, featuring virtual controls by Lutron, Nest, Kevo, and Sonos. The roof deck boasts its own media room, concrete firepit with gas piping, and separate wine refrigerator. The master bedroom is en-suite with a deep walk-in closet. The second and third bedrooms share a bathroom, while the downstairs bedroom on the lowest level of the home opens onto a beautifully landscaped backyard. Other features include a full-size stacked washer/dryer off of the kitchen area, and a two-car tandem garage.
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• Custom Stainless-Steel Entry Door with baked enamel metallic finish
• Custom entry steps designed with seamless Black Flamed Granite and integrated LED lighting
• SONOS multiple zone system throughout the house including Roof top terrace with ceiling integrated Speakercraft CRS8 speakers
• LUTRON smart home system throughout the house
• Architectural ‘Rain-Screen’ decking system at rooftop terraces and rear backyard
• PELLA Windows and Sliding Doors
• BERG/BERG wide plank, European White Oak wood floor
• NORA recessed lights
• FLOS lighting and LED lights
• NEST – Thermostat, Cameras and smoke/co2 sensors
• BAXTER unique creation chandelier by designer Angela Ardisson
• N’FINITY PRO HDX wine cooler at media room
• EMTEK Stuttgart door hardware
• MyQ Wifi enabled Garage Door
• 12’ Architectural Steel powdered finished main entry door and side lite
• Concrete firepit at roof top with piped natural gas
• AIPHONE system with outdoor camera and intercom
• Plumbed water connection at garden room for kitchenette/bar option
• ½” tempered glass railing and wind protection glass
• CAT6 Networking cable and CAT5 Telephone cable
• Three state-of-the-art 2018 LED 4K TVs (two 75”, one 86”)
• SOMFY remote-controlled blinds on the roof deck
• Central Vacuum
• Forced-air heat
• LEICHTHAUS German kitchen cabinets
• MIELE Speed Oven, Convection Oven, Cook Top, Hood and “knock” Dishwasher
• SUB-ZERO 48” Refrigerator/Freezer
• SUB-ZERO 59 bottle capacity Wine Fridge
• MACAUBAS White Brazilian Quartzite in kitchen counters and backsplash
• FRANKE Pescara Potfiller and 18GA sink
• ELECTROLUX stacked washer/dryer
• BLU-BATHWORKS vanities
• NEBIA shower system at Master Bathroom
• GRAFF Fixtures on all bathrooms
• TOTO Neorest 550H self-closing/cleaning toilet at Master Bathroom
• DZINE custom furniture selection and art curation
Russian Hill – Neighborhood Video Tour
Use floor plans to get a clear idea of the home layout and the room sizes.
About Russian Hill
Russian Hill is a quaint, upscale residential community known for the famously crooked Lombard Street, a major tourist destination. The iconic San Francisco cable cars crest the neighborhood’s hills, which provide views of a number of city landmarks including the Golden Gate and Bay bridges. Commercial stretches along Polk and Hyde Streets offer an assortment of trendy and old-school restaurants, bars and shops.
The neighborhood is most famous for Lombard Street, the one-way section on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, in which the roadway has eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being “the crookedest street in the world”. The switchbacks design, first suggested by property owner Carl Henry and instituted in 1922,was born out of necessity in order to reduce the hill’s natural 27% grade,which was too steep for most vehicles to climb. As it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city, this section of the neighborhood is frequently crowded with tourists. Tourists also frequent the famous cable car line along Hyde Street, which is lined with many restaurants and shops.
A small park at the top of the hill on Vallejo Street features a small plaque and memorial placed by the Russian Government that is dedicated to the original Russian cemetery that is the neighborhood’s namesake. Another park is named after Ina Coolbrith.
Views from the top of the hill extend in several directions around the Bay Area, including the Bay Bridge, Marin County, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. Russian Hill is home to the San Francisco Art Institute, located on Chestnut Street between Jones and Leavenworth Streets. Academy of Art University also maintains a presence in this neighborhood with their Chestnut St. building hosting their fine art MFA studios, photo classrooms, and photo studios.
Because of the steepness of the hill, many streets, portions of Vallejo and Green streets, for example, are staircases. Another famous feature of Russian Hill are the many pedestrian-only lanes such as Macondray Lane and Fallon Place, both with beautiful landscaping and arresting views.
Alice Marble Tennis Courts are four hardcourt tennis courts located at Lombard and Hyde Streets. The courts offer a view of the bay and North Beach and can be unsuitable for tennis on windy days. A basketball court is located adjacent to the tennis courts. The San Francisco Cable Cars serving the Powell-Hyde line stops nearby.
BROKER TOUR Tuesday December 11, 9:30 – 11:00AM
Other showings by appointment.
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