One of A Kind, Sunny Marina Home
1745 North Point St
San Francisco, CA 94123
Interior: 4,280 sq. ft. (approx.)
Web #: 00810692
MLS ID: 494080
This impressively remodeled five-bedroom home combines a traditional Spanish façade with sophisticated contemporary interiors. Details include wide-plank white oak floors, Lutron lighting system, A/C, and custom millwork throughout. A striking contemporary glass-walled stairway rises to the main living spaces, which have an openness and fluidity ideal for entertaining. Beside a lightwell with a living wall is the kitchen, which boasts a waterfall marble island, a double Wolf range, and ample storage. The space expands to a light-flooded breakfast room enveloped by glass and a family room with a wall of built-ins. Steps away are the living and dining areas with a series of arched windows, an Ortal gas fireplace, and a stunning wall of intricately designed custom wood-panels. At the center of this level is a discreet powder room.
Four bedrooms are secluded on the uppermost level. Chief among them is a master bedroom with its own gas fireplace, a well-appointed walk-in closet, and double glass doors opening to a south-facing deck with a gas fire pit. The ensuite marble bath includes a dual sink floating vanity, glass-enclosed steam shower, soaking tub, and a private water closet. Two additional bedrooms, one with a built-in desk, share a marble bath. The fourth bedroom features arched windows and an ensuite bath with a skylit marble and glass shower. The centrally located laundry room offers a sink and useful storage.
The entry level hosts a fifth bedroom with a chic marble bath, an office, thoughtful mudroom, and the inviting family room. The family room includes a wet bar, custom built-ins, and a wall of glass that opens directly out to the south-facing garden surrounded by privacy hedges. Completing the home is a two-car garage as well as a spacious driveway that can accommodate two additional cars.
1745 North Point St is located on a quiet tree-lined block in the Marina within a few blocks of Chestnut St and Chrissy Field.