Designed by San Francisco architect, Jeff Burris, of Studio 12 Architecture, this extraordinary Russian Hill home strikes a natural tension between minimalist design and new cool school
The highest level of craftsmanship, from the world’s finest resources meticulously selected to tell a unique story.
Blending Patio and Living Space
This home is poised for parties with three outdoor kitchens, an outdoor pizza oven, firepit, kegerator, plentiful wine fridges and two outdoor remote controled fireplaces.
Glossy Calcutta Caldia countertops w/ Caldia stone cut from a special run of “white-on-white” veining. Equipped with walnut cabinets with handcrafted drawer inserts.
Engineered Hardwood Floor
The floors are wide plank, long dimension engineered wood flooring with a full 3/8” top layer for long-term durability and maintenance.
Show-Stopping Roof Deck
360 degree views of the GG bridge, Alcatraz w/ a full kitchen and Paloform remote controlled fireplace.
Sinker has been used in private areas such as the bedrooms and baths. This material is extremely unique, adding a comforting texture and color along with a fascinating history.
Red Gum was selected as an accenting wood on the first floor. The veneers used are random width and random sequence which gives the wood a great deal of movement and vibrancy.
A defining feature of this property is the rare Siberian Larch that wraps the tower and bays of the exterior. This rare wood is a dense, tough, impervious wood that has been used on very few buildings in San Francisco.
Claro Walnut and Calcutta Caldia
The island in the main kitchen is constructed out of locally harvested Claro Walnut, also known as California Walnut. The main kitchen features dramatic, thick, white-on-white Calcutta Caldia countertops.
The most cinematic neighborhood in San Francisco, the paramount allure of Russian Hill is a combination of the neighborhood’s pictorial views, convenient location, and a hip urban vibe.