Residence 950 — San Francisco, CA
Cantilevered Pool Overlooks Bay
- 9,500 SF
- Ken Lindsteadt
- Impact Builders
- Troon Pacific
- Courtesy of Troon Pacific
- Sustainability Benchmark
- LEED Platinum
A historic shingled residence designed by Willis Polk was substantially reconstructed as Residence 950, doubling its size, taking advantage of a steep sloping site, and hitting the market as San Francisco’s most expensive home.
The existing two-story residence was renovated to incorporate two new modern levels tucked into the hillside below. The new structure takes advantage of the surrounding views and has a decidedly modern aesthetic with expansive windows, openings, and skylights. A new cantilevered pool at the main level creates a dramatic overlook of the city skyline and San Francisco Bay.
The new-build components provide a number of amenities. New underground levels include a wine room, spacious art gallery, and entertainment room. A three-story stainless steel and glass elevator, wrapped by a custom staircase, allows residents and guests to move easily through out the house. A new sub-grade garage and connecting tunnel link the residence to the adjacent street.
An existing historic cottage from the pre-1906 earthquake era remains on site and was transformed into a yoga, wellness studio and spa.
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