Eureka Valley House With Staggering Views, $6.5M

Asking: $6,495,000
What: A sophisticated, 5-bed, 4.5-bath home in a calm, hilly neighborhood nestled between the Castro and Noe Valley, built to exacting specifications and construction values resulting in LEED Platinum certification. It’s been laid out with a family-friendly vibe, simple but impeccable interiors and outdoor spaces that take advantage of panoramic views, and a nod to , especially in the front elevation, with its deep, chamfered window surrounds and bold massing.

Inside on the main level, spaces flow together effortlessly.

The Team: An outstanding project brought to fruition with design by , collaborating with Extol Construction and developer Devon Johnson. Below, a wall of glass in the kitchen opens to a terrace with one of the two outdoor kitchens and views to Sutro Tower.

The lower level has a flexible family/media space with high ceilings opening to an atrium below the garden, plus an au pair suite, garage and laundry.

Climate Change: When this writer moved to San Francisco twenty years ago, it was too chilly year-round to entertain outdoors. Except for maybe two weeks of that “heat wave” in June. Here, the response to the new normal is a sophisticated radiant heating system, plenty of outdoor space on all levels, plus a pair of outdoor kitchens, including this one on the roof deck.

What We Love: A little more Neo-Brutalism in the grand staircase, connecting all four levels, with an operable skylight and LED lighting.

The third level contains a pair of ensuite bedrooms, and the master suite (below) which opens to its own private terrace.

More: have a look at the , including links to a video and floor plans. Represented by the widely-respected San Francisco luxury market veteran at Sotheby's International Real Estate.

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