Newly built on a Noe Valley parcel which was purchased for $900,000 back in 2011, at which point a 1900s-era fixer without a garage occupied the site, the designer five-bedroom home at 4352 26th Street is slated to hit the market early next year with an asking price that has yet to be determined.
Designed by John Lum Architecture and SF Modern, the four-level, 4,800-square-foot home features a rather dramatic main level, with an open floor plan, a double-height ceiling over the dining area, and big Noe Valley and Downtown views.
The kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances and a custom designed island with a pull-out breakfast bar.
Custom millwork and designer finishes are featured throughout.
The home’s garage can accommodate two full-sized cars via a full-floor lift system. And yes, the terraced rear yard includes a fire feature.