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San Francisco’s Russian Hill Butterfly House

This is the front of the house showcasing the glass walls on two levels and a large balcony with glass railings at the top floor. Image courtesy of Toptenrealestatedeals.com.


There is a 1950 multifamily mid-century modern building In San Francisco that was converted into an open, airy, and spacious home with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and the Marin Headlands. This is now on the market priced at $9.480 million.

The house is measured at 4,650 square feet with three levels containing five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The view level includes the living room, dining room, deck, and kitchen with sliding glass walls. A swarm of three-dimensional blue butterflies attached to the wall leads upwards through three living levels to the open sky, giving the house a unique look.

The Butterfly House that was converted from a mid-century modern building is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty.

All photos are used with permission from TopTenRealEstateDeals.com

Architect John Maniscalco took this 1950 multifamily mid-century modern building and turned it into an open, airy and spacious residence with three distinct levels starting at ground and garden, proceeding to the sleeping level and upwards to the top level that opens to Russian Hill views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the Marin Headlands.

The view level includes the living room, dining room, deck and kitchen with sliding glass walls opening the interior to the sea breezes off the Pacific. A swarm of three-dimensional blue butterflies attached to the wall leads upwards through three living levels to the open sky. It is here where one would expect the butterflies to escape, were they not anchored securely.

Designed with imagination and sophistication with a butterfly touch of whimsey, the 4,650-square-foot, three-level home has five bedrooms, six baths with high-end materials and fixtures throughout. Each level has a purpose from the professionally designed garden anchoring the building, to the sleeping level and following the path of the butterflies, up to the living-view level.

San Francisco’s Russian Hill Butterfly House is now for sale, priced at $9.480 million.

Photos: Joe Fletcher

Source: www.sothebysrealty.com

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