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Noe Valley home with wood grills galore asks $4.2 million

Modernism meets traditionalism inside $4.2 million abode

Exterior of Noe Valley home, very modern and contemporary with wood trim. Photos by Open Homes Photography

Featured in a glowing 2010 New York Times piece, the house at 455 27th Street in Noe Valley lands on the market this week with some prestigious pedigree. The 1926 arts & craftsman home, owned by Nili Malach and Robert Poynter, was reimagined in the late aughts by Michael Logue, a local architect who runs Logue Studio Design. The result is a cohesive look punctuated by wood grills connecting the rooms.

Coming in at four beds, three and a half baths, and 3,353 square feet, this home is contemporary to the hilt. Refreshingly, it features near an antiseptic wall. The look is sleek and open yet warm and inviting.

“My husband really likes wood,” Malach explained to the New York Times. “He wanted to do a lot of the ceiling in wood. That was going a little far for me. I wanted to keep it a more contemporary place. That’s how we came up with wood beams, grills and the light boxes on the ceiling.”

Cantilevered wall shelves match the home’s horizontal look.

It also comes with a gym and—best of all—a recessed trampoline in the yard.

Asking is $4,299,000.