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Blue Bottle founder’s Queen Anne tenancy in common asks $3.85M

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Located in Alamo Square

Detailed Queen Anne Victorian.
Photos by Adam Rouse, courtesy of Vanguard Properties

Located less than a block from Alamo Square Park, this circa-1894 Queen Anne Victorian pad was redesigned in 2017 by architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the same firm that has designed many Blue Bottle cafes. Fitting since this is the home of Blue Bottle founder, James Freeman, and his wife, Caitlin Williams Freeman.

The couple have put their two-level, top-floor tenancy in common on the market for a cool $3,850,000—and it’s quite the looker.

Featuring five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and 3,850 square feet, 811 Pierce comes with an open floor plan with original details like stained glass windows, ceiling medallions, and fireplace.

New highlights here include a floating wall library of laminate bookshelves, a living wall with automatic watering and lighting, a wine cellar, and an attic space that leads to a sweet rooftop deck.

The future homeowners will also have exclusive access to the garage two-car garage.

HOAs are $360 per month. Listing is through Adelaida Mejia of Vanguard Properties.

Living room with fireplace and alcove with original stained-glass windows.
Newly installed floating bookshelves.
Kitchen with garden wall.
One of five bedrooms.
Artwork highlights this bathroom’s angular ceiling.
Roof deck with views of neighboring rooftops.