Remodeled Victorian with Killer Views of SF

From Margaret Everton on April 28, 2010 in San Francisco

If location is everything, then this San Francisco Noe Valley home has it all. Situated less than a block from the 21st Street stop on the J Church line, this Victorian home, remodeled by Gould Evans Baum Thornley Architects, comes with spectacular views of the city. That alone might be enough to make up for the hefty $1.795 million asking price. san francisco noe hardwood flooring At 2,550 square feet, this home isn’t excessively large, but 12-foot ceilings in the grand entrance create the illusion of more space. Wooden floors and a gas fireplace also help add a touch of sleekness and comfort. san francisco noe kitchen Continuing with the updated look is the kitchen space that opens to the dining and family rooms. The colors are purposefully minimal, allowing the furniture and decorative materials to speak for themselves. Fixtures are by Santec, and Calacatta marble was used for the countertops. san francisco noe bedroomPicturesque windows such as this one meant decorative touches needn’t take center stage. Modern simplicity tied each of the home’s three bedrooms together. san francisco noe bathroom What does every home need? A luxurious shower worth spending some time in. This was achieved with a contemporary addition in the master bath. san francisco noe roof view If you have a little extra wiggle room in your wallet, these rooftop views might just convince you to take the plunge with this remodeled Victorian home.

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