This classic French-Norman residence was originally designed in the 1920s by noted San Francisco architect Albert Farr. Throughout an extensive remodel and addition, we endeavored to preserve the home’s historic sensibility and charm with meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail. A new wing extending into the back garden allows for a modern kitchen, family room and spacious master suite. The third floor attic was converted into additional living space accessed through a dramatic extension of the entrance hall’s elliptical stairway.
Construction: Lencioni Construction
Interior Decorator: Jo Ann James
Landscape Design: Don Wihlborg Lighting Design: David Patton Custom Millwork: Otto Bernegger Environmental Designs
Kitchen Designer: Mick De Giulio
Faux Painting: Monica De La Fuente
Commissioned Paintings: Evans & Brown
Sculptor: Hunt Studios Wood Carving: Paul Smith Studios Lanterns & Metal Work: Murray’s Iron Works Leaded Glass: Hyland Studio Photography: Paul Dyer