Built in 1903 and having recently sat vacant for half a decade, the three-story Noe Valley Victorian at 1436 Sanchez Street was purchased for $880,000 in 2009 and has since been rebuilt as a contemporary home targeting LEED Platinum certification, the eighth single-family LEED Platinum home in San Francisco if so certified.
Bought as an uninsulated two-bedroom home with one bath, 1436 Sanchez now sports five bedrooms and three and one-half baths across an updated floor plan designed by eco+historical and Feldman Architecture with easy access to the outdoors:
While not yet listed, 1436 Sanchez is about to hit the market for $2,695,000.
Other features of the rebuilt home include a solar system and new roof deck, a gray water system for the garden, and a man cave (or Au Pair unit) on the lower floor.
An nice overview of the project and process was chronicled on eco+historical’s site.
∙ Listing: 1436 Sanchez Street (5/3.5) – $2,695,000 [1436sanchez.com]
∙ Project: 1436 Sanchez Street [eco+historical]