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.



Eureka Valley

Eureka Valley - commonly known as "the Castro" - is one of San Francisco's most vibrant urban areas. Here, Harvey Milk, San Francisco's first openly gay city supervisor, incited a revolution of activism in both his life and his death that lives on today.

This is an inclusive community just as passionate about activism as it is about enjoying urban life, and the streets are saturated with eclectic shops, restaurants, theaters, and bars that draw people from all over to the nightlife and the culture. 

Eureka Valley and Dolores Heights host some beautiful residential streets where families, young professionals, and house-sharers make their homes in the historic Victorians and sometimes opulent modern constructions. BART runs right through the neighborhood, and multiple Muni lines converge here, too. There's also a freeway entrance right nearby, making this region one of the best spots for commuters who want to live right in the thick of it.

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1:  Call Linda LeBlanc . . . She'll handle the other nine.

When the sellers chose Linda to sell their home at 229A Douglass, market conditions in San Francisco were changing. The fever pitch of the spring market was settling into a summer slumber and the expectations for the fall were unpredictable. Linda took the lead to project manage a suite of professional contractors to prepare and stage the house for maximum market appeal. 

When the doors opened at the first open house, the attendance was record breaking and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Unfortunately, due to a technical glitch on the Internet, the listing was effectively withdrawn from all public marketing after just a few days of launch -- something no one could have predicted. It was time to take the "lemons" and make lemonade!!

Though not in the original marketing plan, Linda embraced an "off market" promotional pitch -- maximizing her agent network to reach the most qualified and buyers with the best representation in the city. After multiple private showings, over the course of approximately two weeks, Linda presented an offer just above the list price and was ultimately able to negotiate a final selling price of $2,350,000 -- more than 15% over the original list price.

If you need to sell your home, call Linda. She delivers remarkable results!


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