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Modernism Comes to Silver Terrace, Asks $1.28M

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In a row of older homes, this angular house stands out.

The most expensive home on the market in Silver Terrace (a smaller neighborhood surrounded by Bayview on three sides and Portola on the fourth) is this freshly constructed home at 2077 Bancroft Avenue.

The listing says the house was built from the ground up, and photos on Google maps attest to the fact. It sits in a row of what appear to be Victorian-era and Victorian-inspired homes, with a few vaguely Mediterranean-influenced dwellings thrown in. At 2,400 square feet (three bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths) it is the largest house for sale in this neighborhood by far, and from the looks of things, it's potentially the largest on the block.

The angular lines of the exterior are decidedly modern and the interior follows that lead. This house has the kind of style and amenities that have become familiar in high-end Noe Vally flips. There is a chef's kitchen with blue-chip appliances and custom cabinetry; an open floor plan combining the kitchen, living room, and dining room; and a master suite with a private view deck.

Last week, we wrote about a house in the Sunset where a developer brought these kinds of "Noe Valley" features to a new neighborhood (while keeping the exterior original). Are flippers branching out?