CLASSIC LINES & LUXURY IN NOE VALLEY
Formal dining room
Gourmet kitchen with great room
Hardwood floors throughout , 5” wide board
Large 34’ x 105’ lot
2 Car Parking
Large level yard accessible from the main living level and family room
4 Decks including a view roof-top terrace
Designed to take full advantage of its unusually wide and deep lot, this meticulously built home by the Kohlmyer/Sangiacomo team has great scale and style. Elegant & contemporary design touches with great use of color and high quality materials throughout define each space.
The main living level boasts an open kitchen/great room with a large deck & access to the landscaped yard – all ideal for entertaining - as well as a formal dining room and a library/office with a fireplace. You will also find a pantry and a spacious powder room here.
The upstairs bedroom level hosts a luxurious master suite with a large walk-in closet, soaking tub a private view deck plus two additional bedrooms and baths. The laundry room on this floor makes the chore a breeze.
The lower level family room and fourth bedroom share a full bath and overlook and connect to the gorgeous yard. Conditioned wine room, gracious foyer with a coat closet and a 2-car side by side garage complete this level.
The roof-top terrace has panoramic views of downtown, Bay Bridge and the hills of Noe Valley. It is outfitted with a wet bar that includes refrigeration, a cor-ten steel gas fire pit, cedar siding, outdoor speakers and cable TV wiring.
This home is sophisticated, accessible and warm. It is in a coveted Noe location with easy access to downtown and highways, near corporate shuttle bus stops, surrounded by great restaurants and services and best of all – great weather.
- 5.1 digital surround sound Sonance speakers throughout the main floor, at the backyard and on the roof deck
- 4 Decks including a view roof-top terrace
- Brand new triple pane windows and doors throughout and R-19 insulation at all walls for superior sound control and heating efficiency
- Master suite pre-wired for speakers
- High efficiency Navien tank-less water heater with on demand water heater
- CAT5 and coaxial cable bundles throughout
- Deck off of family room/kitchen with gas line for BBQ and walk down access to backyard
- Duravit sinks and toilets in all bathrooms; Duravit tubs in master bathroom and hall bathroom at third floor
- Grohe plumbing trim in master bathroom
- Glass and steel interior railings
- Caesarstone quartz counter tops in bathrooms and kitchen
- Thermador stainless steel appliances
- Professionally landscaped garden with redwood, vegetable garden planters
Noe Valley is a neighborhood of contradictions. It's home to both liberals and conservatives, it has attracted the working class, dot.com millionaires, Hollywood film crews ("Sister Act," "Nash Bridges"), and, in the 1970s, followers of controversial Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Recent problems with storefront vandalism stand in sharp contrast to Noe's clean-cut image and the fact that it's chock full of upscale restaurants, home-decor boutiques, and chic clothing shops. Since the dot.com boom began waning, housing prices have dipped slightly and there has been some turnover on the main shopping drag, but it remains a prosperous, shopper-friendly neighborhood whose bistros, coffee shops, and bookstores are always lively, and where parking is always at a premium.
The hills that surround Noe Valley give it an air of remoteness and removal from the city which, along with the plethora of pretty, long-standing Victorians, is what attracts families with kids, dogs and strollers to the neighborhood. This, in turn, has attracted merchants who cater to those looking for handmade Guatemalan textile products, upscale beauty products, or Eileen Fisher ensembles.
Some residents have grumbled that Noe Valley has become a great place to have coffee and a bagel but a terrible place to buy what you actually need if you're lucky enough to live there. Others joke about Noe Valley's mammoth stroller population and bourgeois sensibilities; columnist Debby Morse once quipped in the Examiner, "Many Noe Valley walkers push babies in strollers, often using them as battering rams in crowded situations."
One thing's for sure -- Noe Valleyans enjoy their neighborhood -- especially on weekends, if the dense foot traffic on 24th Street is any indication.