Inside a $2.99 Million San Francisco Gem
This remodeled “treehouse” is modern and airy with a floating glass staircase at the center
Written by Kasey Caminiti
Located in San Francisco, California, this recently renovated residence is a dream for the stylish and chic homeowner. Designed as a “treehouse,” the detached condominium townhouse sits on a private double lot on a serene tree-lined street with beautiful historic elements laced throughout. First built in 1917, the property underwent a restoration by architect Mark English who restored the facade, updated the charming brick chimney, and much more. The interior is bright and airy, with a spacious floor plan all throughout. The modern home features a floating glass staircase upon entry, with a bridge walkway and skylit atrium.
Click through the gallery to see inside this $2.99 million Cow Hollow home listed by Nina Hatvany of Compass.