We don't see much Art Deco design in San Francisco. Despite being an international style from the mid-20s to WWII that popped up in places like Paris, Havana and Shanghai, it seems to have mostly passed us by except in buildings by TImothy Pflueger. Late to the game, the c. 1941, 4-bed, 4-bath, 429 Douglass Street came on the market yesterday, asking $2,999,000. Kudos on the disciplined renovation— white stucco, white walls, bare wood floors, dark red window frames and kitchen cabinets— and the very serious bathrooms. Even the terraced garden is disciplined, although some people might take issue with the water feature out in front. A house that wouldn't be out of place in the suburbs of Paris, it's nonetheless constrained by a hodgepodge of lesser neighbors. Check out the agent's dedicated site, and show up at the open house on Sunday, April 22 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
· 429 Douglass Street [Team Fleming/Mcguire RE]
· 429 Douglass Street [Redfin]