About this listing
This award-winning home from 1968 is located at the top of Noe Valley. There are stunning views of downtown SF, Bay, Oakland, Bay Bridge, Transamerica and beyond. It's quiet and located just a block from Safeway, Glen Canyon Park and transportation.
I've been a collector of mid-century furniture, art and design for years and my home reflects that. There's over 1900 square feet, so there's lots of room. The living room and the kitchen area have 15 foot cathedral ceilings and clerestory windows. There are 270 degree panoramic views of downtown SF, Bay, Oakland, Bay Bridge, Transamerica, and beyond. There are three bedrooms- one of which is currently used for an office. The house is part of an architectural award-winning neighborhood from 1968. It also was an award winner in the 1969 Homes for Better Living program from the AIA.
Guests will have access to their bedroom, their private bath, the office and the main living areas of the house.
Interaction with Guests
I will sometimes be home but I do travel a lot. I'm a really nice guy too!
I really love the architecture of the neighborhood, as well as its convenience to the Diamond Heights Shopping Center and Glen Canyon Park for hiking. It's also extremely quiet- you'd never know you are in the middle of the city. There's low density and tons of street parking. Noe Valley is right down the hill and the Castro is a 5 minute drive or a 20 minute walk.
There are bus stops right around the corner from the house- really just a block away. One direction goes to the Glen Park Bart station. The other goes to the Forest Hill Station. Two blocks away is a bus stop that goes directly to the Castro.
Other Things to Note
There is a lot of great mid-century architecture within walking distance. My home has been on mid-century walking tours and I can direct you to some other cool houses that are nearby.
I don't allow pets and if you need to smoke it must be outside on the decks. I expect a respectful noise level, as well as a respectful bedtime.