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NoPa home hidden behind hedges asks $2.2 million

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A quiet oasis in the heart of the city

Facade of home, from the back, with patio. Photos by Jacob Elliott, courtesy of Gregg Lynn

Down a winding path and through a garden sits a private and perfectly peaceful home at the edge of NoPa. Built in 1915, 2245 Turk is a rare treat—a detached home tucked away from the street behind a row of hedges.

The three-bed, two-and-a-half bath traditional home comes in at an ample 2,290 square feet. Highlights include the double-volume living room with 17.5-foot ceilings, an oversized brick fireplace, and windows on all four sides of the home allowing substantial natural light.

Photo by Jacob Elliott, courtesy of Gregg Lynn

Best of all, this warm-hued abode comes with major landscaping pedigree as it is the home of award-winning San Francisco urban planner/landscape architect, Marta Fry, the mind behind landscape plans for 450 Hayes and the jarringly beautiful 8 Octavia.

Asking is $2,250,000.

2245 Turk [Gregg Lynn]

NoPa [Curbed SF]