This delightful cottage-studio home is perched up a flight of stairs in the desired Russian-Hill-North Point neighborhood. A William Wurster architectural design, several walls are flanked with grid-style windows casting bright light. The cottage embodies both a Cape Cod summer home feel coupled with European modernism. Accordion wood shutters are built in for light, sound and heat control. Grid windows look out into the private patio space with seating and a working fire-bowl.
The living room and dining area is laid out like a large open bay upon entry through a tall, wood and glass door. It is accentuated by a large leather sofa and a glass dining table set. The unit has hardwood floors and a working fireplace.
Kitchen is galley-like remodeled with marble counters, cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The washer-dryer pantry is also in the kitchen.
For privacy and clever use of space, a comfortable full-murphy bed is built into the walk-in closet. Bed is easy to control. The bathroom is through the bedroom and contains a walk-in shower with tasteful tiling and modern lines.