554 HILL Street

Carefully Preserved Over Generations

 

Magnificent Victorian nestled on one of the most desirable flat blocks on the border of Dolores Heights and Noe Valley. This classic estate has been painstakingly maintained and cared for by the same family over multiple generations for nearly a century. Originally built in 1902 as a 2-unit building, today 554 Hill Street lives as a grand single-family home with an accessory "in-law" unit on the ground level. The three interior levels are connected by elevator making the home easily accessible. While the original period architectural details have been largely preserved, the home has been updated with state-of-the-art appliances and high-end finishes to best fit the comfort of contemporary living. The home's energy is supported by the solar power that provides best efficiency for complete enjoyment.

554 Hill Street presented by Alek Keytiyev and Ilya Tsay

Main Home

 

With an abundance of living space the the main home presents 8 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms conveniently laid out throughout the top two floors. Large master suite is located in the top rear of the property for comfort and offers an independent seating room fitted with a fireplace as well as an outdoor deck. Also, on the same level, three additional bedrooms and a reading room drenched in the sunlight. The main floor offers double parlor, two bedrooms, and a formal dining room. Three fireplaces infuse intimate charm and warmth to the interior decor. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with high-end Viking appliances, granite countertops as well as custom designer cabinetry and offers direct access to a deck leading out to a manicured yard — a harmonious indoor / outdoor experience. Three decks include the impressive rooftop deck perfect for sunbathing with grand San Francisco views. Garden is fitted with a hot tub for relaxing occasions, and a floral studio that could also be used as an inspirational art space.

 

Accessory "In-Law" Unit

 

Legally a 2-unit building, this grand property lives as a single-family house with an additional unit -- 552 Hill Street that features full kitchen with major appliances, comfortable living room, 2 bedrooms, one full bath, and in-unit washer and dryer. This "accessory in-law unit" is ideal for an extended family, visiting guests, or could be easily used as a desirable rental for a supplemental income. It conveniently offers interior as well as exterior entrance ideal for privacy and flexibility of its intended purpose.


Highlighted Features and floor plans

 

•   Grand main home with 8 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms
•   Separate 2-bedroom / 1-bathroom unit with interior / exterior entrance for flexible use
•   Timeless Victorian architecture recently remodeled to best fit the modern lifestyle
•   3-level estate with elevator for ease of access
•   Rooftop deck ideal for sunbathing with large views of San Francisco
•   Lavish yard and entertaining charming garden with floral studio
•   Gourmet chef's kitchen with high-end Viking appliances and custom cabinetry
•   Parking garage with interior access
•   Three fireplaces infuse intimate charm and warmth to the interior decor
•   Solar panels for best efficiency
•   Flexible floor plan perfect for family, and visiting friends
•   Situated on a flat block with no visible utility wires
•   Amazing location just blocks to desirable 24th Street Corridor, Castro hub, and Dolores Park

 

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TOP FLOOR

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Neighborhood

 

Right on the border of Dolores Heights and Noe Valley, the home is perfectly located within blocks to some of most desirable destinations such as 24th Street Corridor filled with local shops and restaurants, vibrant Castro hub known for its colorful theme and nightlife, and the Dolores Park with one of the best ice cream shops in the world. These are just to name the few. The area’s sunny weather, rolling hills, and large Victorians has become home to large trophy homes. An increasing number of houses have been restored, with only a few whose original classic character is carefully preserved.

More on the neighborhood: Noe Valley and Castro, Eureka Valley / Dolores Heights

 

91 Walk Score. Walker's Paradise: Daily errands do not require a car.

86 Transit Score. Excellent Transit: Transit is convenient for most trips.

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In The Press

 

Captivating Victorian Blends Classic Flair, Modern Comfort

Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character.

 

Description: On a flat block bordering Dolores Heights and Noe Valley, this trilevel Victorian has a traditional floor plan that includes classic and modern finishes. An elevator, solar panels and professional appliances are among the contemporary amenities, while stained glass, coved ceilings and hardwood moldings represent some of the period finishes. Built-in shelves line the office walls, and the dining room has a fireplace and china cabinet. A detached two-bedroom in-law unit includes a kitchen, bathroom and laundry area. Views of the neighborhood and Sutro Tower can be seen from the rooftop deck. The owner’s suite includes a spa bathroom and private deck.

Don’t miss: The outdoor spaces. Each floor has a rear deck, and the garden features a tile patio, brick planting beds and a hot tub.

Built: 1904

Square feet: 4,500

554 Hill Street: Captivating Victorian Blends Classic Flair, Modern Comfort

554 Hill Street: Captivating Victorian Blends Classic Flair, Modern Comfort

Published 1:24 pm, Tuesday, October 24, 2017

San Francisco Crinicle

Offered at $5,000,000


Showing Schedule

 

Private showings are available by appointment. Please contact Alek Keytiyev or Ilya Tsay with questions or to schedule your visit.


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ALEK KEYTIYEV and ilya tsay

Vanguard Properties

415.385.5595 | alek@vanguardsf.com

415.321.7028 | ilya@vanguardsf.com

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