75 Van Buren Street
2 Bedrooms | 2 Baths | 1 Den (Possibly 3rd br)
1813 sq.ft. per tax record | 1 car garage
Re-Built in 2010
Designed by the architecture and engineering team, Jeff Krolicki (Maker Architects) and Jason Krolicki (structural engineer of record, 181 Fremont), this one of a kind Glen Park residence would feel right at home in the pages of Dwell Magazine. Light, air, wood tones and whimsy combine in a modern riff on the California bungalow. A unique lot has allowed for thoughtfully placed windows on all sides, in additional to multiple skylights, for fantastic natural light. The remodeled kitchen sits between two living areas on the main level. In front, a bright and open living/dining area enjoys partial southern views and plenty of entertaining space. In the dramatic rear family room, a floor-to-ceiling window and sliding door frame the colorful walk-out garden like a piece of living artwork.
Also on the main level, a serene bedroom with step-in closet, and full bathroom with Waterworks tile. In the master bedroom, corner window detail maximizes sunlight by day, views of twinkling city hillsides by night. A private patio, walk-in closet, and en suite bath with Ann Sacks tile wall make this a true modern retreat.
A cozy den on the lower level is a fantastic flex space for guests or home office, and a one car garage provides convenience. Immense care and detail is found in the design throughout the home, from the outward facing finishes and floor plan to the seismic safety components tucked away inside the walls. The new owners of 75 Van Buren will sleep soundly knowing that this stunning addition to San Francisco's architectural heritage is as strong as it is beautiful.