In light of the downturn in the economy, it’s reassuring to know that home renovation projects that help to improve a neighborhood are still moving forward in this city. Project Noe chronicles the re-development of a single-family home in the Noe Valley district of San Francisco; an area within the city that has experienced significant growth in popularity for working professionals with families.
Noe Valley has its roots as a working class neighborhood of row houses intertwined with small local businesses, but has quickly evolved over the years into an upscale neighborhood of high-end homes that surround the retail boutiques and restaurants along 24th Street. A local farmers’ market and a new Whole Foods Market on 24th Street add to the appeal and convenience.
While being close walking distance to the shops on 24th, the Project Noe house is ideally located on a quiet block on 23rd Street and Sanchez, surrounded by beautifully renovated multi-million dollar homes. From a restored Queen Anne next door to the timeless Craftsman a few doors down, the various design periods create a charming canvas of unique homes that blend nicely with the design elements of the Project Noe house.
Features of the re-development project include:
- 4,000 SF, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathroom
- Master Suite that features a large terrace with indoor/outdoor fireplace
- Open layout connects the living room, kitchen, dining areas and family room
- Gourmet kitchen with high end finishes and appliances
- Entertainment level with media room, full bar/kitchen, and wine storage
- Rear patio with built in outdoor kitchen and landscaped grounds
- Au’pair unit with separate entrance
- Two car tandem garage
- Four-person elevator
- Additional storage space
- Home automation system
Stay tuned for project updates and pictures.