Curvy Roofed Eco-Home in the San Francisco Bay Area Sweeps Onto the Market for $2.75M – News

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Modern luxury and environmentally friendly living come together in one stunning package in Brisbane, CA. The eye-popping design is listed for $2,750,000.

The three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 2,396-square-foot, forward-thinking residence on a 3,000-square-foot lot was completed in 2023.

“The home is all-electric and is solar powered,” explains listing agent Michele Jauregui, with Voyage Real Estate. “At the same time, the home is truly an artistic piece. The sweeping curves of the metal roof really catch everyone’s attention, and the huge windows inside offer amazing views of San Bruno Mountain.”

The home was designed by California architect Fred Herring of Herring & Worley. Herring is known for contemporary designs featuring sleek curves and high-end finishes, much like the one on the market.

An arresting eco-design with views for days

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Beautiful design touches are everywhere.

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This open-concept home is move-in ready.

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The spacious patio offers refuge from the day-to-day.

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Jauregui explains that the three-level residence was designed to blend modern design with sustainability. The amazing views are a bonus—and the indoor-outdoor flow of the open-concept design, with two decks, allows residents and their guests to take full advantage of the classic California lifestyle.

The main level consists of the living area, dining space, and chef’s kitchen.

“The kitchen is all-electric with quartz countertops and Bosch stainless-steel appliances,” Jauregui says. “Hardwood floors, travertine tile, and custom built-in cabinets and closets and bifold doors in the living room offer unique touches and style.”

Massive double-pane windows and doors bring in sunlight and conserve energy.

Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, a full bath, and a laundry area. The beautifully appointed top-floor primary suite offers a private deck that looks to San Bruno Mountain.

There is an additional rear deck set into the hillside, and the lower level offers a media and family room with heated flooring.

The home is an easy commute from downtown San Francisco and the San Francisco International Airport. There’s a free shuttle to public transit. Amenities within a short drive include a library, excellent shopping, farm-to-table dining, hikes in the mountains, and a community pool and park system.

Jauregui sees this one-of-a-kind home as “especially ideal for a young couple or family, a creative person who wants the feel of nature and convenience of the city, or a tech executive, because it is so close to so many tech hubs.”

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