The interior of this 3,200 sq. ft. mid-century home was updated for modern living, hinted at by the new glass fence and landscaping on the exterior. Walls were removed to create a generous great room and open kitchen with caesarstone counters, which enjoys commanding views.
A new staircase spans all three levels via its cantilevered stainless steel structure. Midway up, a space carved out adjacent to the light-filled, second floor entry hall provides a panoramic reading aerie. The lower level was converted to a large family room with adjacent study, guest suite, and secret wine cellar. Green elements include radiant heating and an eco-friendly cabinetry system.
Twin Peaks San Francisco, CA
Architect: John Lum Architects
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