- Newly built home featuring 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms
- 2 master suites
- Sunny landscaped garden and patio
- Stunning pano-view roof deck with Eureka Valley view
- European-style fixtures and designer Porcelanosa tile throughout
- Wide-planked European White Oak flooring throughout
- Custom dramatic steel and glass staircase with smoked glass
- Light-filled open kitchen with Thermador appliances, Caesarstone counters and beautifully crafted custom cabinetry
- Wet bar and family room with built-in Thermador wine cooler + wine storage
- Luxurious modern hotel-like baths with custom cabinetry, Grohe and Fortis fixtures
- Wired for AV + HD bundle including ethernet, CAT6, A+V intercom
- Built-in indoor and outdoor speakers
- Pre-wired for Sonos and in-wall iPad
- Custom-built closets
- Laundry room with sink and storage
- 2 fireplaces; one in family room and one in living room
- 3-car garage and storage with interior access
- Designed by local SF design team led by Felipe Rodriguez
Perched atop Kite Hill and overlooking Eureka Valley, this newly-built home makes an architectural statement both inside and out.
Offering a modern luxurious interior with top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes, this home features a warm light-filled open floor plan with Valley views from one end and a private landscaped yard to the other.
Complete with unparalleled indoor/outdoor living, seamless access to the sunny garden/patio and a jaw-dropping pano-view roof deck with views of Eureka Valley, Kite Hill, and SF skyline, this designer home is both private and conveniently located.
Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights
Eureka Valley and Dolores Heights, which includes the world-renowned Castro district, have a wonderfully rich history as the epicenter of the gay rights movement. Today, the neighborhood is undergoing another transition as the long-standing gay community welcomes young families to the increasingly diverse neighborhood. On the eastern end, coveted Liberty Hill offers tremendous views and one-of-a-kind residences. Located centrally with downtown access via Muni streetcar and freeway access just off of Market Street, the hard-to-resist neighborhood is also graced with a wide variety of architectural styles and property types -- including many pre-Quake Victorians. Bustling Castro Street is home to some of the city's most beloved landmarks, including Harvey Milk's store front and the historic Castro Theatre, as well as great restaurants and bars, clubs and pubs serving all your nightlife needs. A celebratory attitude often reigns, as each year the streets come alive during the Castro Street Fair and Pride Week. Venture up the hills and you'll find quieter streets lined with charming, well-kept homes. Locals love to take advantage of many hidden mini-parks like Kite Hill, and the Seward Street slides.