If you're seeking charming period details, this blue-painted Victorian home, near the corner of Turk and Divisadero streets, is not for you. Once you step inside, you'll never know the four-story house was built in 1869.
The 3,300-square-foot, single-family residence has been dramatically redesigned with interior architecture by Amir Mortazavi of San Francisco's M-Projects, known for his sophistication and creative use of materials in projects including New York's sleek Gagosian Gallery and SF's trendy Canopy coworking space.
Modern design lovers with a taste for intentional spaces, thoughtful craftsmanship, organic materials, and refreshing hues are likely to find a peaceful retreat here, where pale herringbone wood floors and shades of cerulean and aquamarine throughout lend a soothing oceanic vibe. Overall, the house teems with artistic touches and luxurious finishes.
The Victorian structure has been updated for open-plan living with many windows and walls of glass that let in outdoor views.
In the living room, watery-hued tiles on a curved fireplace reflect sky views through the windows. The kitchen is a showstopper with custom fluted millwork, handcrafted tile, and a honed stone island also in an azure hue. These two spaces set the tone for similar colors and materials throughout the rest of the home.
The two upper floors comprise the private quarters with five bedrooms including a primary suite. Three lovely bathrooms are all equally chic, though the master takes the cake with its soaking tub and dual sink vanity.
The lower level is where the fun (and work) is, with flex space for a media lounge, guest room or office, complete with a wet bar and garage access.
Size: 3,281 sq. ft.
Asking price: $3,650,000
// 7 Seymour St. (NoPa); for more information, visit redfin.com.