This is the before and after of a San Francisco “mansion” remodel. The home was initially built back in 1900.
In June 2014, the house looked like the picture on the left…brown, shingle, rundown, aged. Probably not much changed since back at the turn of the previous century. Before it was scooped up in 2014 for less than a million, the building had several apartment units crammed into 3700 square feet. It was a multi family unit.
Well, I guess whoever bought the house bought it with the intent to convert the multifamily apartment building into a single family home. A mini San Francisco mansion of sorts.
Baths: 4 full 1 half
Sq. Ft: 4,640
The remodel is a blend of old and new. It is bright and airy with the classic nod to San Francisco architectural heritage on the exterior in the front. The back is elevation is 100% modern. Here is a look.
The home is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty. Here is the description on their site:
“Incredible design and attention to detail are at the forefront of this dramatic contemporary home. Fronting the north side of Alamo Square Park, the home enjoys beautiful vistas of the park as well as stunning views north across San Francisco. 1164 Fulton Street enjoys four bedrooms, four full and one half baths, approximately 4,640 square feet, and a two car garage. Details include a roof deck with panoramic views, vaulted ceilings, a dramatic custom designed central staircase, an elevator to all levels, and a large family room/in-law suite with direct access out to the yard. The renovation was led by Jensen Architects and DrömHus General Contractors. Located near the bustling Divisadero corridor…”
What do you think of this San Francisco house remodel? Like or love? Comment below.
Hope you are having a good 2014 so far!