Way back in 1986, a renovation and expansion by by architect Bernardo Urquieta turned this traditional 1900 Edwardian into a stunning modern space, while period details such as an ornate doorknob remained intact. The exposed timber ceilings that are the most notable feature of this house were opened up in order to maximize interior heights. An upstairs media room includes skylights and views across the city, and the master bedroom opens onto an outdoor deck. The house stretches over 2,098 square feet and is located on a quiet street in Corona Heights just above the Castro. It’s listed for $1.798 million.
Source : SF Curbed