Open House Obsession: The Perfect Family House in Cow Hollow, $4.75M
Where: 2374 Greenwich Street, Cow Hollow
When: Sunday, June 16 from 2:30PM to 4:00PM
What: Originally constructed in 1938 as two units, 2374 Greenwich Street was completely gutted and rebuilt this past year in a no-surface-left-untouched renovation by San Francisco designer/developer Sam Hunt. The result is a $4.75M, 4-bed, 4.5-bath house that's unusually big and comfortable as well as impeccably stylish. On the ground floor along with a 2-car garage, there's a family room and second kitchen open to the back yard, plus a 1-bedroom suite. Upstairs on the main floor, the living room fireplace is sheathed in Heath tiles, while over the low cabinet/banquette, a wood panel slides back along the wall to reveal the television:
The dining room is open to a light well and the skylit stairs:
The kitchen and another seating area (or dining area) open up at the back, looking down on the patio and neighboring gardens:
On the top floor, in addition to two baths, two bedrooms and the spa-like master suite, there's a small study/sitting room with a wet bar (not shown) illuminated by the light well:
More: Go to the Teed-Haze website for more images and a video tour. On the edge of Cow Hollow, almost in the Marina District, the roof deck looks up at Pacific Heights and across the Bay to the Marin Headlands.