Janis Stone & Thea Miller Present:
Custom Contemporary Bernal Heights View Home - $1,695,000
Stunning, custom built Bernal Heights View home with many designer and “Green” features built in 2010. Situated on a 45 foot wide lot this home offers a fabulous open floor plan, 10’ high ceilings and 8’ high doors throughout, vaulted ceilings on one bedroom level; 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, Bay views from all three floors, family room opens to the yard; laundry room with a view; 3 car garage, alarm system, solar panels, radiant heat, sound system with Sonance & in-ceiling speakers. The location is in a secret balmy “banana belt” of coveted Bernal Heights, with immediate access to Downtown and the Peninsula.
The main level has the kitchen, great room and dining area and features a gas fireplace flanked by a media closet on the left and a built in office area on the right. Both areas can be closed off with 10’ high sliding wood doors. The dining area features a large window looking out to the south garden. Sierra Pacific sliding door open to a large deck with views – perfect for BBQ and cocktails.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream! The expansive granite counters have a breakfast bar area perfect for 4 stools. There are 2 stainless steel sinks and an abundance of cabinets and pantries. The stainless steel appliances include Fisher Paykel double ovens, 6 burner Smeg cooktop with a pot filler faucet, Zephyr hood by Cheng, Electrolux icon SS refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher and a built-in microwave.
The Master suite’s bedroom has expansive views, a walk in closet and opens to a large teak walkout deck with secluded Hot Tub with views of Mt. Diablo, the East Bay and south City. The master bath has Duravit double sinks, honed granite counter, marble 2 person walk in shower, oversized Kohler soaking tub and Philippe Starck fixtures, as well as an enclosed toilet.
Two bedrooms, both with vaulted maple 14’ ceilings, are flooded with light and views and share a south facing deck. The guest bath with has double Duravit sinks, a shower over the tub and a leather finished granite counter top.
Thursday February 28th, 4:30-6:30 pm
Sunday, March 3, 2:00-4:00 pm
Sunday, March 10th, 2:00-4:00 pm
Tuesday, March 5th, 2:00-3:30 pm
Tuesday, March 12th, 2:30-4:00 pm
On the site of a former cow pasture and dairy sits Bernal Heights, one of the last neighborhoods to be "discovered" in San Francisco. Bernal and its stock of smaller Victorians offers great views of the city looking north, sunny weather, and a family oriented neighborhood that is slowly transforming from its blue-collar roots to an neighborhood congenial to artists, political progressives and professionals who enjoy the homey lifestyle of Bernal.
Bernal is bounded by two parks. The largest is the undeveloped open space Bernal Heights, beloved of dog walkers and makeshift soap box derby racers who host an underground race down the curving closed roads. At the foot of Bernal, Precita Park offers families with young children a playground and large expanse of mown grass to romp around in.
The retail center of Bernal Heights can be found along Cortland Street. Small, funky one-of-a-kind boutiques, bookstores, and gift shops are interspersed with ethnic restaurants that on a single block can range from French to Nepali to Salvadoran cuisine.
Local bars include neighborhood favorite, El Rio, and its lineup of neo-country bands, Wild Side West and its fireplace, and the down home Skip's Tavern. Bernal Heights is bounded by Mission Street along its Western edge, which provides MUNI bus service, and within walking distance, a BART station at 24th and Mission.