586 19th Avenue, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Price:  $1,895,000

This regal single family home is an urban wonder with vintage Edwardian charm and modern day improvements throughout. The thoughtfully re-designed floor plan boasts three bedrooms, a master en suite, hall bathroom and home office on the upper level. The elegant living and dining room open to a chef’s kitchen with timeless finishes, state-of-the-art appliances and a cozy breakfast room adjacent the half bathroom on the main level. The perfectly landscaped rear garden is just steps from the kitchen with easy access from a side deck and stairway. Interior access to an oversized garage, vintage cabinetry, verdant outlooks from nearly every room and expansive storage complete this remarkable home. Minutes away from Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park and the Presidio, as well as neighborhood dining at both new hotspots and old favorites. At twenty minutes to Hwy 280, the Financial District and the Golden Gate Bridge, this central location can’t be beat.

220 Bradford Street, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Price:  $1,099,000

Perfectly perched just one block south of Cortland, this immaculate single family home seamlessly blends form with fashion at every turn. Boasting an expansive master suite, plus two additional generously sized bedrooms, the functional floor plan with pleasant outlooks makes city living both comfortable and serene. Entertaining is a breeze with an oversized living room that unfolds to a formal dining room and thoughtfully appointed kitchen. Natural light sources are abundant throughout with a skylight in the upper level bathroom and large dual pane windows in nearly every other room. The cavernous garage with internal access, standard size washer and dryer and landscaped rear garden complete this remarkable home.

229A Douglass Street, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Price:  $1,995,000

From the contemporary barn-like façade, to the French casement windows bursting with verdant outlooks, this architectural gem is a one-of-a-kind work of art. Uniquely secluded from the street, this house stands where there once was a barn — originally built and used for horse drawn delivery service. Reimagined by local architect Joel Karr, it now enjoys a separate lot of its own in a serene and tranquil metropolitan setting. The open floor plan boasts both intimate and expansive spaces thoughtfully nestled below vaulted and arched ceilings for sleeping, entertaining and comfortably working from home. Designer finishes, skylights and radiant floor heating emanating from beneath hardwood and cement floors complete this remarkable home. Walk to just about everything this coveted location has to offer: parks, shops, restaurants, coffee shops and transportation.