Built in the 1980s and beautifully reimagined, 1110 Green Street is located in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood and makes the most of incredible views.
The home was originally designed by prolific architect, Stanley Saitowitz and spans four floors.
The home has 4,818 square feet of interior space and more than 1,300 square feet of outdoor space.
This home is ready for parties with three outdoor kitchens, an outdoor pizza oven, fire pit, kegerator, and multiple wine fridges.
Two outdoor Paloform remote control fireplaces take the chill off the evening.
A large family room has floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a patio of lush landscaping.
The streamlined kitchen features glossy, Calcutta Caldia countertops sourced from a special run of unique, “white-on-white” veining. The counters contrast dramatically with walnut cabinets. Three Wolf ranges join SubZero appliances and Dornbracht fixtures.
The master suite has a wall of glass facing the patio.
The four-bedroom home has sweeping Golden Gate Bridge and bay views.
This property is listed for $14.4 million with Butch Haze and Rick Teed of Compass.
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