position: San Francisco, California
This brand new 7 story home in the heart of San Franciscoof The 150-year-old Rincon Hill precinct features elevators to each floor, three fireplaces, built-in fire pits and a rooftop terrace with dramatic city views.
Vanguard Properties President Frank Nolan said: /Luxury Portfolio International.
“Its best advantage is that it’s on a really quiet street, only one block long, with a new mini park across the street, and just a few blocks from downtown and the waterfront,” he said. .
“It’s very unusual to have a new building like this here,” Nolan said. “It’s like a brownstone in New York.”
The centerpiece of 17 Guy Pl’s house. is a wooden spiral staircase hand-assembled over 14 months. “It’s like turn-of-the-century craftsmanship.”
Other architectural details include a dramatic bronze, stone, and glass entryway, lift-cut white oak floors with underfloor heating, retractable skylights, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The two kitchens feature Italian Calacatta marble, Dornbracht fixtures, custom cabinetry and Miele appliances.
The ground floor, the ground floor of the main residence, offers a large air-conditioned space that can be a two-car garage, wine room, terrace, studio, gym or media room. list.
Nolan said half of the second and third floors are villas or guest suites. “It could be a separate apartment or an Airbnb unit.”
The open-plan second floor is the main level of guest suites, with living and dining areas, kitchens, and private bedrooms. The third floor half is the main bedroom suite in a smaller unit with an office/study and a covered walk-out terrace.
The other half of the third floor is the entrance to the main building with its foyer, private bathroom and south-facing terrace.
“Fourth floor is great,” Nolan said. “It’s unusual to live downtown and have three bedrooms and a study on the first floor. It’s like being in a mansion in Pacific Heights.”
Characteristic 5th floor best room On the front and rear terraces, “that’s where the spiral staircase really jumps out,” he said. “You can see all the tallest skyscrapers. It’s New York City.”
The dining area has built-in benches that are ‘perfect for a table that seats 10-12 people’, and the living area has doors with pockets into the walls. “Leaving the door open almost doubles the living area, which is where he is two-thirds of the year.”
The entire sixth floor is the primary bedroom suite, with another terrace, walk-in closet, fireplace, plumbing and Calacatta marble bathroom.
The 7th floor is a full footprint roof terrace with BBQ area, fire pit and “spectacular views”. “Everything is skyline.”
The 7,680 square foot home has 8 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms and 1 partial bathroom. It has approximately 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.
Amenities include multiple terraces, an elevator servicing all levels, three fireplaces, a Crestron home automation system, a wine room, and a built-in rooftop fire pit.
Rincon Hill is “a fairly compact neighborhood and diverse,” says Nolan. “Because everything is new, we have not only many foreign buyers, but also the owner of the second and his third home.”
Also, “There are a lot of technical workers here because it’s so close to the Bay Bridge,” he said.
Agents: Vanguard Properties/Luxury Portfolio International, Frank Nolan and James Nunemacher
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