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$7 Million Residence in San Francisco by John Maniscalco Architecture

By Eric Meunier


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The Russian Hill Residence was designed by John Maniscalco Architecture and is located in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood.

This 5,800 square foot LEED Platinum home features three bedrooms, 5 full baths, three gas fireplace, two gas fire pits, one on the roof deck and one in the garden and an elevator to all floors.

According to Sotheby’s, it’s “central, open-plan living area adapts easily to casual evenings or formal entertaining.

Downstairs, an entertainment room opens onto a secluded garden with fountain and fire pit. Upstairs, a cantilevered stairway and glass-floored walkway separate the master suite from two additional bedrooms, each with private bath.

On the roof, a deck with panoramic bay views adjoins a room with full bath that might welcome guests, house an au pair or serve as an in-home office.”

Russian Hill Residence by John Maniscalco Architecture:

“This new four-story home establishes an understated but dignified urban presence on an atypically wide San Francisco site.

A transitional two-story glass-walled entry hall draws users to an airy and open living level.

An increasingly light stair element transitions from floor to floor ultimately arriving at a roof deck enjoying panoramic views.”

Photos by: Paul Dyer

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About Eric Meunier

Currently the Owner and Chief Executive of HODYO Design, Eric Meunier's expertise in the design industry spreads over 20 years. He was the driving force behind HomeDSGN's early success, founding this website in 2011. Today, he loves to channel his passion for design into remodeling houses and transforming interior spaces with his keen eye for detail and architectural finesse. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

24 thoughts on “$7 Million Residence in San Francisco by John Maniscalco Architecture”

  1. Wow. The architect really out did himself here- he made boxes. That takes talent. The client really got their money’s worth!

  2. It’s horrible. Looks like a furniture showroom. A piece of IKEA’s ‘Modern Living’ section. With all the warmth and comfort of an airport lounge. Still as long as the client likes it it’s all somewhat irrelevant. And so bland. Beige on beige.

  3. Oh please! Is the lot priced at $6 Million? Because certainly, the house design is barely worth $1 Million! What a disgrace for the architects to have charged so much for what turned out to be so little. There is NOTHING inspriing about this design: not 7 MILLION dollars worth!!!

  4. Warm, cozy little pied-à-terre – reminds me of grans house…
    Oh, Gran used to get so cross when we’d spill cocoa on her $8000 couch.

  5. Can someone please explain why there are 5 FULL bathrooms, but only 3 bedrooms? Seems like a huge waste of valuable space to me.

  6. Wow, this house is amazing. I love the how it stands out in a historic neighborhood. You could reproduce the look of this house’s furnishings really easily for a lot less than what they probably spent. I seen several things that you can get at Khole’s and Target.

  7. Ugh, could anybody live there?
    It just looks like a museum where everything should be labelled ‘do not touch, sit on, lie on or have fun near’

  8. Why people keep going to the beiges, browns, whites and greys or off olive greys these days I will just never know. I’m hoping its just a phase like peach, salmons and pinks were in the 90s. I pray in 5 years everybody just paints over them and there will be some real color in the world again.

    Its like the same colors that come out of your cats litter box why the crap would you want it throughout your living space… blah


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