August 3, 2006
The Wood, The Stone, The Windows...Oh My!
Okay, this is another case of only having seen the pictures. But based on what we’ve seen, we’ve got a serious crush on 4381 26th Street. Designed by Mark Brand, the three-level home effortlessly blends wood, stone, and windows to yield a clean, yet warm, modern design.
It’s open this Sunday from 1-4pm, and you can bet it’s on our list of stops. We’ll be the ones taking a shower in that view-tastic master suite…
Update: Apparently the folks at Curbed are on the same wavelength about this one (and we’re obviously a day or two behind on bloglines). A bit freaky, but no slight intended. Really.
Update Redux: We've done the walk-through and the pictures don't do it justice.
First Published: August 3, 2006 9:04 AM
Comments from "Plugged In" Readers
Why are you guys just copying Curbed?
Instead, why don't you report something new.. like the house that CURBED listed for $1.95 mil, and went for $375,000 OVER ASKIGN! WHOOOO HOOOO!!
Posted by: duhhh at August 3, 2006 9:36 PM
The person who paid $375k over asking for that house on Arguello is a FOOL. NO COMPARISON between the two...none. Forget the fact that one is traditional and the other contemporary. The Arguello house looks like it still needs $250k in work. Ick.
Posted by: deshard at August 4, 2006 8:30 AM
I would guess it was some google employee who has lots of throw away cash.
Posted by: SaveYourMoney at August 4, 2006 12:09 PM
I would much rather pay $375K over asking for 4381 26th Street than the joke on Arguello. The kitchen and bathroom in the Arguello house need to be completely updated/redone, and whoever paid that much for it is a complete idiot.
Posted by: Sexy & Sassy in SF at August 4, 2006 1:29 PM
Posted by: birman at August 21, 2006 1:49 PM
I have the hots for Mark Brand. He can do my house any time.
Posted by: Sunset Guy at June 18, 2010 6:16 PM