1164 Fulton St
Single Family Home | Alamo Square
4 beds | 4 full and 1 half baths | 2 car garage
Fronting the north side of Alamo Square Park, this exemplary three-story residence has been completely transformed into the consummate modern home with an impeccable attention to detail. The home has been intelligently designed by Jensen Architects and DrömHus General Contractors with four bedrooms, four full and one half baths, approximately 4,640 sqft, and a two car garage. The floor plan is highlighted by large open spaces and breathtaking natural light. It is a layered contemporary composition with vaulted ceilings, white oak floors, marble, and an elevator connecting all levels.
Toward the front of the home, as you enter, are two guest bedrooms as well as a shared bath with crisp white Heath Ceramics tile. Down the hall lies a third bedroom or office, full bath, and the master suite. The private master suite overlooks the backyard and includes a spacious, opulent bath and a walk-in closet.
On the main level, the well-outfitted kitchen features an island, an array of top-of-the line appliances, and a stylish mix of traditional, glass-front, and open cabinetry and shelving. Flanking the kitchen is a relaxed family room area and a sunroom designed for casual dining, both enjoying northern views. Facing the Park is a chic living and dining room that includes a unique pitched ceiling, a gas fireplace clad in Heath Ceramics tile, skylights, and glass floor tiles. Open, airy, and filled with light, this space is ideal for stylish entertaining or relaxed day-to-day living.
The majestic central stairway culminates on the home’s upper level. Here, a roof deck offers a gas-fueled fire pit, refrigerator, wine cooler, Wolf grill, and mesmerizing views of the San Francisco skyline.
The ground level of the home features a family room or in-law suite, mud room/laundry room, and interior access from the garage. Sliding glass doors open directly to a backyard patio with unique, tastefully subtle greenery.
1164 Fulton St is located across from one of San Francisco’s most iconic parks, Alamo Square Park, and one block from the bustling Divisadero corridor, which features an array of restaurants, shops, and markets.