January 05, 2017

220 27th St, Noe Valley

c. 2016


Yes, it's the same house. If you look at it long enough, you can see the bones, but for all intents and purposes, it's a brand new house. In this instance, I think the contemporary interior aligns perfectly with the scope of the project. And when one considers hotness of the neighborhood, it would have been a mistake to do anything else.

This is an amazing, albeit gut renovated restoration-recreation of a Stick Victorian. Although the original structure dates to the turn of the century, it had long ago been stripped naked and barely resembled anything close to a Victorian. Post renovation this house is 5 bedroom and 4 baths, square footage unspecified. Prior to renovations, the house was 1,011 square feet.

Broker babble: Nestled on a flat block in the heart of Noe Valley, this spectacular renovation showcases incredible contemporary design and flair, with a hint of vintage detail, all highlighted by an impeccable selection of materials and finishes. The home's Victorian facade has been beautifully reimagined using natural cedar shakes and custom crafted trim work, while the interior has been completely redeveloped into a rich and dramatic modern living space. This stunning home boasts three levels of living space and features 5BR/4BA, an incredible main level Great Room, an additional media room, and 3 gorgeous outdoor living spaces.

Recently sold for $4.050 million ($545K under asking). Previously sold for $1.13 million in 2013.

Interior Photos HERE