Open House Obsession: New Teed-Haze Project In Cow Hollow Is Ready For Its Closeup, $7.5M


Where: 1670 Greenwich Street, Cow Hollow
When: Sunday, May 17 from 1:00pm-4:00pm
Asking: $7,495,000
What: A 5-bed, 5.5-bath house (originally built in 1900) completely renovated in the no-surface-left-untouched effort that’s typical of Rick Teed and Butch Haze’s projects, all notable for their skillful planning, incredible attention to detail, and construction values.

With multiple seating areas (below) the main level is a beautifully finished loftlike space with high ceilings.

What We Love: An elevator serves all four levels, and we’re a pushover for walls of glass.

On the lower level (at top, and below) there’s an au pair suite and family/media room leading directly to the garden, in addition to a service kitchen.

With three ensuite bedrooms on the third floor, the top floor is dedicated to a luxe but austere master suite, flanked by outdoor spaces at each end.

Below, the roof deck, with views of the Marin Headlands.

It Takes A Village: A small, very select village of professionals were involved in this project, working alongside Butch Haze and Rick Teed were developers Andrew Broughton and Team DiGiorgio, architect Kelly Condon, and Amanda TS Designs. Impeccable staging by Green Couch.

More: Check out the Teed-Haze website for additional images.