Renovated Mid-Century Modern House in San Francisco Lists for $10 Million

A Mid-Century Modern residence in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood that was restored and expanded in 2015 has occur on the market for $9.995 million.

Developed in 1948 by architect F.J. McCarthy, the residence sits on a double lot close to the top of Potrero Hill’s coveted North Slope and boasts views of the town skyline, according to the listing with Gregg Lynn of Sotheby’s Global Realty—San Francisco Brokerage, posted previously this 7 days.

The home’s interior place, spanning close to 3,000 sq. feet, is divided into three bedrooms, three bogs, a eating space, a kitchen area and a media area. Built for indoor-out of doors residing, the house also functions walls of glass, gardens, terraces with a scorching tub, an infrared sauna and a two-auto garage with charging stations, according to the listing.

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“In a metropolis renowned for its Victorian architecture, it is unusual to come across a common expression of mid-century style delineated by massive partitions of glass and exactly where each place has an adjoining non-public outdoor terrace to revel in views of the legendary San Francisco skyline,” Mr. Lynn reported.

The household underwent a gut renovation in 2015 by serrao style/architecture, a company founded in San Francisco and now based mostly in Sacramento, California.

“To protect its timeless design components, no expense was spared in the modern modernization of the historic home to prepare it for its second 50 percent-century,” Mr. Lynn stated.

The current operator, a restricted legal responsibility corporation, purchased the house in 2015 for $9.5 million, assets data exhibit.