Contemporary design lovers with deep pockets will dig this so-called "Bauhaus," a five-bedroom and five-bath home spanning 4,400 square feet on 21st Street between Sanchez and Noe.
Clean lines meet geometric shapes, industrial details, and a panorama of the San Francisco skyline including Sutro Tower.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors shed abundant natural light over gallery-like spaces in an open plan with Dinesen douglas plank floors.
The adjacent living and dining areas are flanked by windows and warmed by a contemporary fireplace. The rooms are accented with lattice details, built-in shelving, and hidden sliding doors that reveal a hallway leading to the great room. The kitchen is sleek as can be with custom cabinets, a large central island with bar seating, and Gaggenau appliances.
Up the stairs you'll find the primary suite with its own terrace for taking in the view, plus a roomy walk-in closet and spa-like, en-suite bathroom with a floating marble vanity, soaking tub, and expansive dual head shower. Two additional bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms, and a laundry room complete this floor.
Perched on top is the penthouse with a sunny wraparound terrace and beautiful wood and lattice detail. Residents can dine alfresco here thanks to the outdoor kitchen and wet bar. Afterwards, guests can spend the night in the accompanying bedroom suite, or in the bottom legal unit with bedroom and full bathroom.
Asking price: $6,850,000
// 3790 21st St. (Dolores Heights); for more information, visit compass.com.