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Unpretentious Yet Assertive (Inside): A Classic William Wurster Design

Unpretentious Yet Assertive (Inside): A Classic William Wurster Design

In listing agent parlance, this one is not a drive by. Designed by renowned architect William Wilson Wurster, the Pacific Heights home at 1641 Green Street has been by described by historians as a classic Wurster “that demonstrates that unpretentious design can be assertive,” or “as straight a house as you could find anywhere, anytime.” Rather Read More »

Jonesing For The Suite Life On Russian Hill?  Here’s Your Fix.

Jonesing For The Suite Life On Russian Hill? Here’s Your Fix.

Designed by William Wurster and built in 1961, the modernist Russian Hill home at 2424 Jones Street was remodeled in 2007 with a top floor master suite and awarded the design of the year by the American Institute of Architects. On the first floor, a guest suite is hidden behind a sliding door off the Read More »

Modernist Design And A Deconstructed Fireplace For $2,271 Per Foot

Modernist Design And A Deconstructed Fireplace For $2,271 Per Foot

Originally designed by William Wurster and purchased in great shape for $4,700,000 in November of 2011, the Pacific Heights home at 2666 Broadway has been rebuilt over the past sixteen months and has just returned to the market touting “Modernist Design with Distinctive Artisan Finishes,” priced at $11,250,000 ($2,271 per square foot). The Oak floors Read More »

MacCarthy Mid-Century Modern With A Wurster Nod: 1561-63 Shrader

MacCarthy Mid-Century Modern With A Wurster Nod: 1561-63 Shrader

While Francis Joseph MacCarthy gets the design credits William Wurster gets a nod. Built in 1955 and spanning three lots, the Mid-Century Modern home with carriage house at 1561-63 Shrader has hit the market “for the first time in 25 years” asking $3,875,000. The tax assessed value for the property was $634,198 in 2009. Read More »

Another Address Change And Listing On Raycliff Terrace: Number 27

Another Address Change And Listing On Raycliff Terrace: Number 27

Designed by William Wurster in 1949, renovated by Sandy Walker in 1996, and last sold on 1/13/2004 with a reported contract price of $3,383,500 (listed for $3,995,000), 27 Raycliff (previously known as 25 Raycliff) is once again coming soon. A great courtyard, “glimpses” of the Bay and Broadway homes, and one sweet front door. Now Read More »