$2.8 million Castro Street Victorian is actually a minimalist gem

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If you appreciate a classic San Francisco Victorian but truly have a yen for modern design, this Noe Valley home, brimming with au courant technology and style, may be for you.

Let the pristine white facade be your first clue at what awaits within: three whitewashed levels with warm wood accents and an abundance of natural light.


Remodeled in 2010, the home has an open layout that will appeal to entertainers. Enter into a cozy living room with a gas fireplace and three windows that span the front of the house. Built-in shelving for your curated mementos, books, and art begins here and loops around into the dining room for a playful space to gather around the table. Open to it all, the kitchen is all clean lines with streamlined wood cabinets, Caesarstone quartz countertops, a massive pantry, island, breakfast bar, Bosch dishwasher, and Miele fridge. Just beyond is the family room, which opens up to the terrace and lawn for indoor/outdoor living.

Upstairs, three bedrooms each have subtle contemporary charms: marble bathrooms with heated floors and floating vanities with double sinks and granite countertops. The hallway, flooded with natural light from multiple windows overhead, leads to the master suite, where a generous closet is hidden behind a sliding wood door and the bathroom has a jetted tub. Jutting off the back is a quaint balcony tucked into the treetops.

The house is also as functional as it is pretty: The lowest level hides away an office, two-car garage, a mud room, and a seriously lust-worthy space for storage. Crank up your tunes on the built-in sound system and relish in all your extra square footage.

Location: 2104 Castro St. (Noe Valley)

Size: 2,380 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Asking price: $2,795,000

// For more information, visit pacificunion.com.

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