Open House Obsession: Great Views (With an Elevator!) in Sunny Potrero Hill
901 De Haro Street, San Francisco-Potrero Hill, $3.45M
Beyond the facade, there's not much left of the original house, now reconfigured into a new 1-bed, 1-bath garden level unit and a big 3-bed, 3-bath duplex with a roof-top deck. There's a crisp, classic palette of wide planked oak floors, white walls, and lots of white marble, and best of all, an open interior with three exposures.
In the top-floor living room, we're loving the fireplace centered between two windows looking north towards the skyline, and the small deck (the realtor's calling it an atrium) that does the same:
We also like the elevator that goes directly from the garage (and the wine storage) to the kitchen:
In the kitchen there's a wall of windows, plus a deck with a built-in BBQ:
The master bath is big and well-marbled. Actually, all the baths are simple and classic– there are more images at the realtor's website. With its direct access to the big back yard, no doubt someone will use the garden-level unit as a playroom for their kids and a room for an au pair.
Open on Sunday, December 9 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Also open on Sunday:
For a more direct comparison of what's on the market, check out a similar nose-to-tail renovation we looked at in Noe Valley– it's only $150K more. Or if your tastes run more Mid-Century, the Russian Hill cottage designed by one of San Francisco's quirkiest architects, Henry Hill. Both are open on Sunday.