Open House Obsession San Francisco: Noe Valley Mid-Century Gets More Modern

 

655 27th Street, Noe Valley, $1.749M
It's one of those no-surface-left-untouched renovations of what had been a sad, not-quite-Art Deco spec house. Now sleekly modern, the 3-bed, 2.5-bath house is one of a group of modest, post-WWII houses set into Noe Valley's eclectic shingled hillside, and wouldn't be out of place in a luxury condominium downtown. Any original quirks have been polished away, but here it's been done in the best possible way, with a single palette of materials and details throughout. We especially like that the stair rail inside matches the railings used outside, and that the laundry, garage and back yard are easily accessible from the kitchen.
Love the deep window frame and the simple fireplace surround:
Downtown condos tend not to have terraced back yards:
More images at the Rob Levy's dedicated site, plus check out the designers responsible, Chris Choy and Terry & Terry.
What had been a sad, not-quite-Art Deco house built in 1948 has undergone a no-surface-left-untouched renovation. Now sleekly modern, the interiors of the 3-bed, 2.5-bath house wouldn't be out of place in a luxury condominium downtown. Any original quirks have been polished away, but here it's been done thoughtfully, with a single, simple palette of materials and details throughout. The stair rail inside matches the railings used outside, the cabinets and hardware in the kitchen and baths are the same, and the laundry, garage and backyard are easily accessible from the kitchen.
Love the deep window frame and the simple fireplace surround:
Downtown condos tend not to have terraced back yards:
More images at agent Rob Levy's dedicated site, plus check out the portfolios of the designers Chris Choy and Terry & Terry.
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