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Architecturally Significant Maxwell Bugbee Home in Cole Valley
As seen in Sunset Magazine!

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, formal dining room, chef’s kitchen, large living room with wood-burning fireplace, home office, hardwood floors, bay windows

$1,350,000 - SOLD

Sold by:

Renee Adelmann, Realtor specializing in Modern, Mid-Century Modern & Architecturally significant homes in San Francisco & Marin.

Sunny Sanctuary in the Heart of Cole Valley!

This unique, historic home located in San Francisco's District 5 is completely detached with light pouring in from all sides. It was built around 1908 as part of an unusual compound of three complementary houses facing a central courtyard, designed by the architect Maxwell Bugbee. Every room has been updated with luxurious finishes and appliances (Kohler, Bulthaup, Gaggenau, Sub-Zero, Miele; custom woodwork, Travertine fireplace and countertop). The gourmet kitchen was recently featured in Sunset Magazine.

The private, sun-drenched garden offers an inviting hideaway for children and entertaining, with a lawn, lush flowerbeds, small trees, and a large, south-facing redwood deck.

Cole Valley shops, restaurants, schools, and transportation are just steps away.

Renee Adelmann, Realtor & Owner 
Top Eichler Agent Since 2007!
Phone: 415-EICHLER (415-342-4537)

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