The owner of this former church overlooking San-Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park converted it into a single-family home with three bedrooms.
The church built in 1909, was bought in 2007 by commercial property developer Siamak Akhavan. The brick exterior was upgraded, leaks were repaired, new floors added, and stain-glass windows restored.
Located on the top floor of a Victorian building that was constructed in 1896, this two-story condo was renovated by Mork-Ulnes Design in 2006.
Marrying its hippie boardinghouse past with modern, Norwegian-influenced design, the home tastefully blends its eclectic elements resulting in a feast for the eyes.
The three bedroom, two bathroom condo has more than 2,600 square feet of living space and is on sale for $1,595,000 at the time of writing.
The Pierce Street project is a 1906 Victorian Pacific Heights remodel by San Francisco-based Feldman Architecture.
The owners of this Victorian home wanted to maintain its traditional feel while injecting a modern feel and making it as eco-friendly as possible. The result is a beautiful space with open kitchen, roof top garden and plenty of natural light throughout.
The Xian-Yen’s House is located in San Francisco, California.
This 3,500 sq ft two-unit residence was heavily remodeled in 2010 by Craig Steely Architecture.
According to Craig Steely, ” the extensive remodel of the house began by tearing away the substandard remodeling that had taken place over the past 100 years and replacing it with spaces more appropriate to the client’s program.
By admin • Jan 31, 2011