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					Innovative & Green Modern Masterpiece
$3,350,000
147 Laidley Property Details
• Expansive Light-filled Volumes • Innovative Eco-sensitive Construction • Dramatic Multi-functional Living Space • 3+ Bedrooms & 3 Baths • Modern Steel, Glass and Wood Detailing • Panoramic City & Bay Views • Photo Voltaic Electrical System • Solar Assist Hot Water Panels for Domestic and Radiant Heating System • SF AIA Excellence in Architecture Award • AIA National Housing Award • Custom Home Design Awards- Grand Award • Flat Landscaped Garden with Irrigation and Drought Tolerant Plants • See www.GetReal-SF.com Enhanced by dramatic city and bay views, this awardwinning residence was created by Zack / de Vito Architecture as a modern, eco-sensitive urban retreat. Recently featured in the San Francisco 2008 AIA tour, the residence has been recognized for its outstanding acheivement in both innovative and sustainable design and construction.

Harry Clark
415.971.0608
Harry@GetReal-SF.com

Shown by appointment only

Daniel Fernandez
415.829.8232
Danny@GetReal-SF.com

Statement may not yet be owner approved. This information, while not guaranteed, has been acquired from sources believed to be reliable. Agent has neither personally measured nor verified any square footage.

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147 Laidley Street Additional Details
The inviting entry at street level is defined by a sculptural translucent acrylic stairway illuminated by a large operable skylight above. The main living level encompasses the top floor where open volumes emphasize the panorama of the city while creating multifunctional family-friendly living spaces. High ceilings and a full length glass wall allows the exterior view to fully integrate with the interior. Sliding panels provide for the flexible use of one room at this level as an office/guest room or den. The middle level features a generous master suite also retaining the same panoramic views of the city. The ground floor accommodates a spacious family/media room that connects to a large level garden along with two additional bedrooms. Both the design and the construction of this home emphasize the use of sustainable design principles including energy efficiency, low consumption and low toxicity. Using a consistent palette of materials and detailing, the home is also an expression of contemporary craft. Exposed structural steel is juxtaposed with fine wood cabinetry , graphically defining or dividing spaces. Among the sustainable materials used are high fly ash concrete, engineered lumber, blown-in cellulose insulation, FSC certified woods and sustainable palm wood flooring.

$3,350,000
Harry Clark
415.971.0608
Harry@GetReal-SF.com

Daniel Fernandez
415.829.8232
Danny@GetReal-SF.com