San Francisco, CA, September 15, 2016 – This dramatic 1990s home inspired by Twin Peaks’ pastoral past has been placed in the capable hands of Zephyr agent Rick Osmon. The house at 439-441 Burnett overlooks the grand vista of San Francisco and the Bay. Lucia Howard and David Weingarten of Berkeley’s Ace Architects envisioned a modern and witty living space from a beloved old dairy barn.
Set in a stand of mature cypress and eucalyptus, this one-of-a-kind home is designed for easy living and stylish entertaining. Inspired by an old dairy barn, each level of this three-story house has abundant natural light, gorgeous views and access to outdoor space. Floors have been refinished and the walls freshly painted.
On the entry level, a newly retiled European eat-in kitchen makes a prominent first impression. French doors open to a brick patio, and a powder room is tucked beyond the stairway. A skylit clerestory that doubles as an art gallery leads to the master suite. Large picture windows overlooking the skyline and a barrel ceiling give the space a cozy yet expansive feeling. The master bath, built to resemble an underwater grotto, has a barrel ceiling of jewel-toned tile.
Winding toward the dome of the silo, the gilt staircase leads to a great room with wood beams and sloped ceiling of a former hayloft. The open plan allows for flexible living and dining, and skylights and big windows bring in plenty of sunshine. A wet bar and built-in cabinets on one end make entertaining simple. At the other, French doors open onto a cantilevered deck that seems to soar over the City below.
The stairs unwind like a golden nautilus to the lower level with built-in wine racks and library shelves. Light filters through glass panels in the clerestory to the study tucked along the perimeter. The open floor plan studio includes a kitchen. French doors open to a deck with a view of downtown. Off the brightly tiled bathroom is a dry sauna.
The laundry room has a radiant heating system, which keeps a constant temperature throughout. There is parking for one car and storage in the garage, and a small shed provides more storage space.
“To fully appreciate this architectural gem, come see the unique magic of this thoughtfully engineered home,” commented Osmon. “The contemporary updates only make it more exceptional.”
Please contact Rick Osmon, at [email protected] or 415-420-4223. Visit the website at http://www.BurnettViewHome.com.
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