It comes with outdoor decks on every level.
It comes with plenty of natural light.
New asking snips $3.35 million off original price tag.
Two cottages joined together by a ribbon of glass.
This delightful midcentury home now features a modern take on the sparse 1950s style.
The lauded landscape designer will turn the museum into a more publicly-friendly space.
Dark blue facade hides a surprise.
Blue beauty for blue-blood bank account.
Proposed redesign includes permanent street closure, dog park, pavilion, and UN Plaza fountain makeover.
How to do a remodel right.
Renovated Victorian keeps an eye on the past.
Three years ago this tony condo in Nob Hill landed on the market for $2.19 million, nabbing an impressive $2.05 million. What a difference one year and a renovation make.
"We want our office to feel like a home, to be comfortable and authentic."
While, indeed, this circa-1965 Eichler in San Rafael took a ride on the renovation rollercoaster, the results are anything but antiseptic or boring.
When the house at 182 32nd Avenue last landed on the market in June 2017, the price was $2.99 million—a bargain in the exclusive Sea Cliff neighborhood—and the ad was replete with warnings that it was "sold as-is" and "buyer beware."
Salvaged from local demolitions, creative couple turned what was a one-story Victorian into a four-story showstopper in the 1960s. Now it returns with a contemporary look.
Circa-1895 home mixes old and new, still features Newel post light at the base of the stairs. Swoon.
Circa-1907 Edwardian meets St. Regis Residences-esque amenities.
Comes with 180-degree views of the neighborhood.
Two Pacific Heights flats and former watering hole become one snazzy new property.