Inspired by the iconic mid-century “Case Study” homes in Los Angeles, designed by award-winning architect John Maniscalco, 630 27th Street is a modern masterpiece. This site, one of the largest single family lots in Noe Valley, allows for a departure from the typical vertical designs seen in the neighborhood. Instead, more than 3,000 square feet of living space flows over just two levels. Natural light and privacy are often at odds in urban environments; this home offers both.
Upon entering, you proceed across a dramatic illuminated glass bridge to the main living and dining area, and immediately experience striking north-eastern views of the Bay Bridge, Downtown, bay, and the East Bay hills. Tall glass windows, walk-out decks, and the downward sloping lot all contribute to the sense of indoor/outdoor living and the feeling that the home is floating over the city.
The gourmet kitchen is filled with natural light from all four sides; the island, breakfast bar and open-concept design perfectly compliment modern living and entertaining. A spacious bedroom, also appropriate for a family room or office, and full bath complete this level.
The glass bridge and skylight designs carry natural light downstairs through the center of the home and into a beautiful gallery space that leads to the three bedrooms and two baths on this level. A sumptuous master suite takes full advantage of the downtown views from both the bedroom and the en suite bath with soaking tub.
Below, artful terraced landscaping cascades down to a spacious deck that provides room for outdoor entertaining or just a peaceful spot to relax.
An opportunity to purchase a property like this in any neighborhood east of Twin Peaks is rare. The sense of space and of the home being surrounded and filled by natural light is unparalleled, made possible by the luxurious 5,500+ square feet of real estate that the house sits on. This is a can’t-miss home for lovers of high design and modern living.
Local residents are devoted to Noe Valley because of the weather, character, and sense of community. Enjoy the convenience of easy access to 24th Street, Noe’s heart and soul. Dine at Firefly, Fresca, Savor, Incanto, and countless other local restaurants. Play at the Noe Courts tennis courts and playground, or take Spot one block up to Douglass Dog Park (reopening soon) or the Upper Noe dog park. Life in Noe is never boring… the Harvest Festival, the Saturday Farmer’s Market, the SummerFest, and holiday events galore are just a few of the things that make this such a wonderful San Francisco neighborhood.
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
5,556 square foot double lot with 48’ street frontage (per city records)
Built in 2003 (need qualifier here)
2 car side by side garage
Views of downtown, the Bay Bridge, city lights, East Bay hills, and the bay
Distinctive illuminated glass bridge between entry and living area
Kitchen features Carrera marble countertops, built-in stainless steel Thermador refrigerator, custom cabinets, wine storage, center island, breakfast bar, and generous pantry space.
Built-in audio system
Custom media cabinets and gas fireplace in living room
Front patio area
Two view decks
Built in BBQ area off of main level
Spacious laundry closet on lower level
Master suite with fireplace and deck access.
Spa-like en suite master bathroom with Carrera marble soaking tub and standing shower
This is where San Francisco hipsters move when they grow up. The small hamlet of Noe Valley is perched in the hills above San Francisco Bay and is proof you don't have to leave the city when you transition from daiqueris to diapers.
From most any street corner you are greeted by we-Inspiring views of the bay looking east toward Oakland. Boutiques are ubiquitous here. With restaurants that exist as hidden neighborhood treasures, and world-class bakeries, Noe Valley is nirvana for the food crowd. In fact, locals never have to leave the neighborhood thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers Market in order to get their dose of delicious organic fruit and vegetables.
Noe Valley is home to some of the premier public schools in the city. Alvarado Elementary School and Fairmount Elementary School are both well regarded for their exceptional involvement of families in the effort of educating its students. James Lick Middle School offers students language immersion programs, award winning art education, as well as media, and music programs. Test scores break 600 on the California Academic Performance Index (API).
Maybe you are into the nightlife? Well that's easy. Trendy bars abound, where you always find an awesome selection of imported beers and exotic drinks.
Noe Valley is that most rare place where families can put down roots, and still find all the fun and sophistication San Francisco has to offer.