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/// Tri-Story Architect's Home in Sunny Bernal Heights

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Designed by an architect, this three-story house in the trendy neighborhood of Bernal Heights playfully integrates wood, steel, glass, chrome and warm painted walls.

Enter up the breezeway-stairwell to find parts of the walkway framed with tilted frosted glass juxtaposed against purple stucco.

The living room is at the entry point. Unfinished cedar wood forms the cathedral ceiling. Exposed steel and wood beams create a sense of a downtown loft but period moldings restore the feel of a historical family home. The main floor consists of the living room, a bedroom and bath and a big open kitchen. The kitchen was built for entertaining. Long marble counter tops, outlets and shelving galore, elegant LED lights and a chef’s gas stove allow for ease of cooking. The dining room is framed by glass skylights and a series of grid-style French doors which opens out to a patio space with more seating, heated lamps and succulent plants.

The upstairs boasts a huge walk-in closet, a master bedroom, a master bath with a soaking tub and a small window overlooking the bay. There is a small deck accessible from the bedroom garnering a rooftop view of the bay.

The bottom floor has a bedroom, a bath, laundry facilities and a garage for a compact car.

Families will love living on this sunny side of town, in this unique house within walking distance to the Bernal Hill mountain and the hip Cortland Avenue with its bars, boutiques and Zagat rated restaurants.

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