Spectacular views in San Francisco.
Perched on a hill at the end of a dead end street, surrounded on three sides by a city park; this 1950's home has one of San Francisco's best views- Strait down Market street to the Clock Tower at the Ferry building, All of Richmond, Berkley, Oakland and, the Bay.
We started by gutting the interior to expose the structure. Working with a local architect, we opened up all the views to their maximum potential. Amplifying the typical small openings 3'x3' to 6'x 12' window panoramas. We took out the oppressive stair well and built a custom stainless steel hand rail.
All of the Plumbing, Electrical and Mechanical was replaced due to it's inefficiency and non-compliance to current code. We restructured the bottom floor to fit two cars comfortably and, created a "mother-in law-efficiency apartment' on the ground floor with a laundry facility.
After finishing the Interior with maple flooring and custom cabinets we moved on to the Exterior. All of the walls were resurfaced with steel troweled stucco, stainless steel hand rails, aluminum facia and a new garage door. A beautiful garden of raised masonry planters and a stair well was created to compliment the views and provide a safety exit. Lush sub tropical plantings, vegetable gardens and an Outdoor Kitchen were also added to enhance the urban experience.