Sequestered down a quaint alleyway in one of Russian Hill’s most appealing enclaves, 22 Moore Place is a rare masterpiece of modern family living designed by MacCracken Architects.
The three-story residence, constructed with steel moment frames, fuses contemporary style, fine craftsmanship, and the latest amenities. The open living/dining/kitchen space claims the top floor to maximize light and take advantage of the enchanting views.
A huge Carrara marble island with pull-up seating invites casual dining in the kitchen area, which opens to a view deck. Appointments include a Thermador refrigerator, Wolf gas range, custom cabinets and instant hot water.
A freestanding gas fireplace adds ambiance in the living room. Just off the dining area, a spiral stairway ascends to the crowning touch: a spacious roof deck with panoramic views of urban San Francisco, city lights, soaring towers, hills, and mountains.
The private master suite opens to a step-out deck. There are two more bedrooms, two baths and a bonus room. Radiant heat, a speaker system, media wiring, a laundry room, and a large one-car garage with EV charger and storage are more of the home’s advanced features.
Shared with permission from the Pacific Union Blog