Just a couple blocks from the beloved bookshop Omnivore, on tree-lined Church Street in sunny Noe Valley, sits a positively happy-making and fully restored 1900 Victorian home.
Currently carved into two separate flats, the entire 2,600-square-foot house—designed by San Francisco–based Katie Martinez—is available to be purchased as one by a large family or a group of friends who dig communal vibes (but still want their privacy).
Starting from the top, the two-story upstairs residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master spans the length of the top floor (read: converted attic) and feels spacious with arched and paneled ceilings and large windows for expansive views. In the master bath, a black clawfoot tub and black-and-white tiled floors lend a chic, modern look.
The upstairs apartment also holds two bright living rooms, each quaint but stylish with large windows and golden chandeliers. The kitchen has charming modern farmhouse feels with a subway tile backsplash, Shaw's Original fireclay sink, open shelving, and pendant lights over a breakfast counter that opens on the dining area. There's also an office with a floating desk and a warmly textured accent wall.
Two bedrooms and two bathrooms make up the lower unit (adding up to five bedrooms and four bathrooms in all), which has direct access to the sweet backyard. Bay windows bring light into the space, and meals can easily be taken outside on the deck.
Finishing things off, there's a cottage on the property that could double as an artist's studio, as well as a garage with Tesla Powerwall.
Location: 1562-1564 Church St. (Noe Valley)
Size: 2,590 sq. ft.
Asking price: $3,499,000
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