Purchased as an 810-square-foot Noe Valley fixer for $850,000 in 2011, an expansion of 4365 26th Street’s main floor by 540 square feet and the addition an all-new 1,300 square foot second floor were approved for the home in 2012, a project which survived a Discretionary Review.
Designed to be LEED Platinum certified, green features of the rebuilt home include 16 solar panels on the roof, a 1,000 gallon rainwater catchment system for irrigating the greens out back, and a reclaimed-wood floating staircase from a Warner Brother’s warehouse inside.
With four bedrooms on the new upper level, the main level has been opened-up and opens up to an outdoor kitchen, patio and the terraced edible garden (click the floor plans to enlarge):
While not yet officially listed, the Noe home is now on the market for $3,995,000. And yes, the garage is wired for an electric vehicle charger should a new Tesla arrive tied with a bow.
∙ Listing: 4365 26th Street (4/3.5) – $3,995,000 | Floor Plan [noeleed.com]