This contemporary (remodeled 2005),zen inspired,green home is a must see! With its unique organic design by renowned San Francisco firm,Logue Studio Design. This house has been featured in 7x7 SF magazine and California Home+Design.
Listing ID: 19454
|Asking Price (USD)||$1,950,000|
|Annual Property Tax||$9,190|
|Annual Utility Cost||$999|
|Home Area||2,847 sq ft|
|Total Property Area||3049 sq ft|
This contemporary (remodeled 2005) has been featured in 7x7 SF magazine and California Home + Design, as well as being featured on HGTV. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city or Mt Diablo from the rooftop walk-like bridge between towers. Or, view the sunrise from the bedroom and bathroom decks. Open the folding glass doors and take advantage of the Asian influenced natural garden. There are spiral stairs within the copper covered turret towers. The kitchen counters are made of Eucalyptus (sustainable & naturally antibacterial)and concrete. You can meditate and relax in the spa-like Master Bath.
-60 to 65% of the electrical consumption is covered by solar.
-The plaster that covers the house's interior is called American Clay, which is a breathable, sustainable finish that can be tinted with natural dyes. -Another amazing feature are the eucalyptus kitchen counter tops that are naturally antibacterial.
-passive environmentally friendly cooling
-radiant heat on the two lower floors
Noe Valley contains many examples of the "classic" Victorian and Edwardian residential architecture for which San Francisco is famous. As a working-class neighborhood, Noe Valley houses were built in rows, with some of the efficient, low-cost homes being more ornate than others, depending on the owner's taste and finances. Today, Noe Valley has one of the highest concentration of row houses in San Francisco, with streets having three to four and sometimes as many as a dozen on the same side. However, few facades in such rows of houses remain unchanged since their creation in the late 19th and early 20th century. This home is one of the most unique designs taking advantage of views of Mt. Diablo and a breath-taking Sunrise for those early risers.
San Francisco Unified District
Single Family - Single Level
|Agriculture in Area||No|
|Industry in Area||No|
|Air Pollution in Area||Yes|
|Cleaned with Green Products||Yes|
|Whole House Filtration||
|Whole House Vacuum||No|
Wood Framing: 2x4, 2x6, etc.
Plaster - Earth
Shingles - Wood
Wood - Solid
Asphalt Composition Shingle
Metal Dual Glazed
|Garage / Carport||Yes|
|Garage Type||Carport Attached|
|Number of Cars||3|
|Garage Area||0 sqft|