The Best Of Potrero Hill And Dogpatch, $5M


Located at the juncture of two sophisticated San Francisco neighborhoods, 547 Missouri Street is adjacent to the best of Potrero Hill and Dogpatch– once working class, then bohemian, the neighborhoods are now residential catnip, especially for the well-compensated in downtown San Francisco or the Peninsula, or the medical centers of Mission Bay.

Originally a worker’s cottage dating to the early 1900s, the property underwent a complete overhaul (basically replacing the dilapidated structure) overseen by architect Jonathan Pearlman of Elevation Architects. Asking $4,995,000, there’s an open house on Saturday, June 8 from 10:30am to 12:30pm, and Sunday, June 9 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Sited on an downsloping lot, the flexible 4-level, 5-bed, 5.5-bath house looks out over Dogpatch to the historic waterfront. The main level has, in addition to a spacious 1-car garage with charging station, a sleek custom kitchen and living area that opens to a view deck.

What We Love: Shaker Style handrails in blackened steel– a simple, graphic motif that occurs throughout the house. Plus the property is a short walk to Piccino Cafe and the DIG Wine shop.

It’s an elegant composition of stacked volumes, dictated by San Francisco’s setback rules to preserve light and air for the neighbors.

Three ensuite bedrooms occupy the second level; the master suite (below) occupies the entire top floor with wide open views from a deck plus a luminous spa bath.

On the lower level, a family/media room opens to the sheltered yard, plus there’s a fifth bedroom, a full bath, and laundry.

More: Go to the property’s dedicated site for additional details, images, and floor plans. Represented by San Francisco veteran agent Wendy Storch at Sotheby’s International Realty.

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