For lack of a better cliche: Wow, this one is a beauty. For all of the (understandable) handwringing over ultra-contemporary homes saturating the San Francisco market, Stanley Saitowitz always manages to get it right.
His latest offering, 50 Oakwood, a sleek five bedroom, 4.5 bath house nestled in the heart of Mission Dolores, is a statement piece. Not for wallflowers or the self-consciously dressed down. This is minimalism at its boldest.
The new abode features four levels of 4,665 finished square feet with floor-to-ceiling windows; inarguably gorgeous Boffi cabinetry in the kitchen; and a self-contained in-law/au pair unit with its own entrance, kitchen. and laundry. (Perfect for live-in help, Airbnb renters, or, perhaps, a jaunty Curbed SF editor.)
Saitowitz's latest lands on the market for a crisp $9 million.
- 50 Oakwood Street [Curbed SF]
- First Look Inside Stanley Saitowitz's Long-Awaited 8 Octavia [Curbed SF]
- Dolores Park [Curbed SF]
- Bi-Rite [Eater SF]
- Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects [Saitowitz]