Two of the things I love about San Francisco real estate are the interesting people I meet and the interesting homes I see. A while ago I drove past this phenomenally modern home in the Westwood Highlands neighborhood, part of San Francisco’s district 4 on a MLS map.
This particular home isn’t currently on the market, but it did sell a few years back – 2010 to be exact.
According to public tax records, this home has:
- Three bedrooms
- Four bathrooms
- 3,233 square feet of living space
- Was built in 1991
While I haven’t seen the inside of the home personally, from prior MLS listings the interior looks to be as modern and open as the outside lines would suggest.
What do you think of this Westwood Highlands home? Is it too modern for the surrounding neighborhood? Or do you love the extensive use of glass and angular lines, regardless of the surrounding homes?
The first time I saw it, I immediately thought of Star Trek, and that it would make a perfect SF crash pad for Captain Kirk, or perhaps Spock. Which isn’t intended to be derogatory, I think it is a beautiful home. It is built in a neighborhood where most of the homes were constructed long ago, so it does stand out – this isn’t a home for wallflowers!
Note: This home is not currently for sale, but it’s the kind of home we love to sell. If you have to have it, drop us a line and we’re happy to see what we can make happen. And if this is your home, and you prefer we don’t admire it on the internet, just let us know. We will gladly remove the post. But we’ll still love the house!