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.
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]