Bernal Heights emerged as a destination neighborhood during San Francisco’s real estate boom, and the striking contemporary on Brewster Street indicates why.“This is brand-new construction — a modern designer home with sweeping bay views,” said Janine Hunn of Vanguard Properties, who is listing 175 Brewster St. for $2.15 million.The Airphone intercom system allows residents to see who is at the front door, and the home is loaded with tech-savvy thermostats and lighting controls.A Sonos sound system pumps music into the public areas and Wink Hub allows for integrated control of all the smart systems.Timber clads the west-facing facade as a bright blue front door complements the vertical windows.On the top floor, the master suite features a private patio overlooking Brewster Street.All three bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms, and a powder room lends additional convenience.Brand-new designer home boasting an open floor plan.Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances await in the chef’s kitchen and the home also offers a Sonos sound system, elevator, car stacker and smarthome features.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
OCTOBER 04, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - MARTIN ANTHONY CONSTRUCTION, INC.
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