$4.7 million Glen Park home with wine cellar is an oenophile's dream

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At the edge of Glen Park and Noe Valley just a couple blocks from Billy Goat Hill, a historic Victorian facade conceals a contemporary three-story home teeming with unexpected textures.


Tile lovers will go gaga for the trappings in the kitchen and baths, where modern shapes and retro hues feel current and cool. Wood and marble floors throughout provide warmth and contrast in a home that is minimalist yet cozy with plenty of pattern play.

With three bedrooms and three and a half baths spanning just over 3,000 square feet, the home feels just right in size. Spaces are intimate with ample built-ins to showcase books and gallery walls for art collections, and the living room with a fireplace reminds you to slow down. The kitchen is made for parties, equipped with two islands and a door to the outdoors.

Up the custom steel-and-glass staircase all the bedrooms open onto decks and some even have city views; an upstairs den can be turned into another bedroom, office, or exercise retreat. But the best part is on the bottom level, where the wine cellar awaits to store your treasured vintages.

Location: 417 30th St. (Glen Park)

Size: 3,123 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

Asking price: $4,690,000

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