There are a lot of these barrel-fronted homes in the Sunset, although it's a style that is often associated with the Marina District. This one at 2563 16th Ave. appears to have been recently remodeled, judging from the brand-new kitchen. But whoever directed the project did a nice job of updating that space and the bathrooms while keeping other details, such as some cool Arts and Crafts-style tile on the fireplace, intact. Our guess is that the fixture was recently dark brick before it got a selective coat of white paint that preserved the picture tile. The three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath home is asking for $1.199 million.
That kitchen is kitted out with herringbone-patterned tile, quartz countertops, and Bosch appliances. The bathrooms also appear to be new. But apparently the project was cut short or part two never got off the ground, as the home comes with building permits and plans for a basement remodel that would give the home two more bedrooms (one could be a master suite), another bathroom, and a media room. This "sold with plans" thing is becoming a trend, and we've spotted a number of unbuilt or half-finished projects entering the market. However, this house is a bit different, as the dwelling is move-in ready.
The backyard is...interesting. It's composed of three kinds of building materials: brick, aggregate stone, and cobblestone arranged in circular patterns. If you look over it (literally) you see city and water views.
· 2563 16th Ave. [RedFin]
· Yet Another Unfinished Dream Home Hits the Market for $1.75M [Curbed SF]