Nestled on a hillside overlooking Noe Valley, this warm and inviting three-bedroom, three-bath home constructed in 1907 embraces a style that has been called “the architecture of the American Summer” – a break from the traditional detail of the period featuring a wooden-shingle façade, comfortable open informal spaces, irregular roof lines, and shady porches, to encourage lazy afternoons in rocking chairs.
Fully detached on a wide and deep lot, a magical entry garden invites you into a light-filled open floorplan living/dining room surrounded with windows and views on all sides opening to a modern kitchen and rear deck capturing magnificent Downtown and Bay views – a perfect set up for quiet enjoyment, or to entertain guests and enjoy the private natural setting. A full bath and north facing bedroom complete the main level.
The upper level features a master suite with direct access to a spacious deck featuring entrancing views spanning across Noe Valley, capturing the downtown skyline and Bay views to Bernal Hill – a place to relax and enjoy gazing across the valley spread out at your feet. The lower level features a cozy suite of rooms to include an additional bedroom, sitting area, a full bath, and bonus room with street access perfect for office in the home.
Gardens abound – A magical walkway invites you to a gazebo at rear of the garden creating a park-like setting with a mature landscape including fruit producing trees – Meyer lemon, peach, plum and pear, and a large walnut.
An easy walk to open space at Billy Goat Hill Park and Upper Noe Recreation Center, as well as Church Street restaurants and retail makes this tranquil view home both a retreat and a practical urban dwelling – 1753 Noe is a place to call home!