Curbed SF Features Blue Bottle Founder’s San Francisco Home
Blue Bottle founder’s Queen Anne tenancy in common asks $3.85M
Located in Alamo Square, this 1894 Queen Anne Victorian boasts classic San Francisco style and light surfaces. Current owner James Freeman, Founder of Blue Bottle Coffe, has enlisted Adelaida Mejia with Vanguard Properties to represent this striking abode.
Featured in SF Curbed, the home boasts minimalist lines, blonde wood, and light surfaces. The home includes an open floor plan - perfect for entertaining large groups. Built in the late nineteenth century, the Victorian was remodeled in 2017 by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, uniting timeless architecture and modern design. While stylish and elements can be found throughout, the architects preserved many of the home’s original elements, like the colorful stained glass windows and elegantly carved Victorian fireplace.
Placement secured by the Leverage PR Team. Click here to read the full article in SF Curbed.
Images courtesy of Vanguard Properties.
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