A mid-century modern home in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood that was restored and expanded in 2015 has hit the market for $9.995 million.
Built in 1948 by architect FJ McCarthy, the home sits on a double lot near the top of the coveted north slope of Potrero Hill and offers views of the city skyline, according to the listing with Gregg Lynn of Sotheby’s International Realty— San Francisco Brokerage, released earlier this week.
The interior space of the house, approximately 3,000 square feet, is divided into three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dining room, a kitchen and a media room. Designed for indoor and outdoor living, the home also features glass walls, gardens, decks with hot tubs, an infrared sauna, and a two-car garage with charging stations, according to the listing.
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“In a city renowned for its Victorian architecture, it is rare to find a classic expression of mid-century design bounded by tall walls of glass and where every room has an adjoining private outdoor terrace to take in views of the iconic San Francisco skyline.” said Mr. Lynn.
The house underwent a gut renovation in 2015 by serrao design/architecture, a firm founded in San Francisco and now based in Sacramento, Calif.
“To preserve its timeless design elements, no expense has been spared in the recent modernization of the historic home to prepare it for its second half-century,” Mr. Lynn said.
The current owner, a limited liability company, purchased the home in 2015 for $9.5 million, property records show.