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High Voltage

San Francisco - Bay Area

Photo Credit: Bruce Damonte

Turn it up, baby! This month's Fresh Mint packs a visual punch at every turn. The height of modern luxury in the heart of San Francisco's urban Forest - it sizzles with energy. Check out our current spark of inspiration: High Voltage!

THE VIBE

Located in San Francisco's Midtown Terrace neighborhood, High Voltage is a newly-constructed modern home designed by an award-winning architect as his personal residence. A stunning contemporary masterpiece, the home's sleek exterior pays homage to the mid-century homes in the neighborhood by incorporating design elements characteristic of the era. It features prominent steel-framed picture windows that deliver views from every room to the urban forest and quiet, tree-lined streets that surround the property.

THE DETAILS

Designed at a generous 3,850 square feet, this house boasts 4 beds, 5 baths, plus an office. We adore the expansiveness, but the drama is in the details! An oversize transparent glass pivot door welcomes guests into the natural light-filled entry foyer, providing plenty of sizzle with its large geometric tiles, 3-story volume, and colorful artwork. Floor-to-ceiling windows and glass pocket doors, custom bespoke cabinetry and built-ins, and stunning design and decor details make this home a truly luxurious, one-of-a-kind property.

THE SCOOP

This property is an ideal San Francisco location with plenty of unrestricted street parking and 650 sq ft of empty finished garage space. As a West-facing property, the terrace offers views of San Francisco’s Sutro Tower and stunning ocean sunsets. A skylight, large windows, and specialized "daylight" artificial light fixtures provide optimal lighting conditions, day or night. The house is always showroom ready and available on short notice for all location requirements including film, print, or off-site meetings.

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