147 Laidley Street
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Recognized nationally by the AIA and building industry for its achievement in innovative and sustainable design and featured in the AIA tour, this urban residence is the creation of Zack de Vito Architecture: a masterpiece that synthesizes ecologically informed design and construction with a pure modern sensibility.
Using a consistent palette of materials and detailing, the home is an impressive achievement of contemporary craft. Visible structural steel and fine wood cabinetry are used throughout, graphically defining or dividing spaces. Materials, details and connections are visible expressions of the design as exemplified in the intricate staircase where water jet-cut steel stringers support translucent acrylic treads and risers. Innovative design and an extraordinary attention to detail creates a remarkable achievement.
- Innovative eco-sensitive design & construction
- Panoramic city and bay views
- Dramatic multi-functional living spaces
- 4 bedrooms & 3 baths
- Modern steel, glass & wood detailing
- Generous family/media room fully wired for home theatre
- Multi-functional sound system (ipod & cd player ready) with built-in speakers
- View decks at all living levels
- Level landscaped garden
- Garage with convenient interior access
- An active 4 kw photovoltaic system
- High use of engineered lumber and innovative eco-sensitive panelized wood framing construction technique limited wood waste and resources
- High content Fly Ash concrete (Fly Ash is by-product of coal burning power plants and a waste product, but when used in concrete it reduces the CO2 released during curing process)
- Expansive light filled rooms cuts down dramatically on use of daytime electric lighting throughout the entire house and window orientation provides passive solar heat
- Hydronic radiant heat zoned with timer thermostats creates comfortable spaces when you need them and cuts down on energy use. Radiant heat eliminates airborne contaminants and efficiently heats the room. Once you live with radiant heat you never go back.
- Solar assist hot water panels on roof feeds warmed water to boilers for domestic and hydronic radiant heat system considerably reducing energy use.
- Hot water within seconds at every fixture reduces water waste and eliminates the frustration of waiting (The system combines a recirculating loop, assisted by the solar hydronic heat source with high efficiency gas fired boiler and an indirect storage tank as a back up. All this means reducing energy use and water and waiting for hot water is eliminated.)
- Designed to vent and cool with centrally located operable skylight and central stair
- Timed light switches in all bathrooms
- Drip irrigation and drought tolerant plants
- 2010 American Institute of Architects East Bay Chapter Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Award Merit Award
- 2009 Custom Home and Design Grand Award
- 2009 American Institute of Architects National Chapter Housing Award
- 2009 American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter Excellence in Architecture
- 2009 Citation Award Custom Home Design Magazine Grand Award for Custom Home 3,000 to 5,000 s.f.
- 2009 Residential Architect Magazine Merit Award
- 2009 Builder’s Choice Award Merit Award
- 2008 AIA home tour
Saturday 9/17 2:00 - 4:00
Sunday 9/18 2:00 - 4:30
Tuesday 9/20 12:30 - 2:00
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Tucked away from much of the city's hustle and bustle by sprawling Glen Canyon Park, the Glen Park neighborhood has the feel of a small, inclusive village. Conveniently served by a BART station and easy freeway access, residents can find themselves downtown or headed to the South Bay in no time. Just south of Noe Valley, Glen Park offers much of the same small-town feeling at more affordable prices. The area is quite popular with families who want to enjoy city living in a more peaceful corner of San Francisco. Known as "the Village," the neighborhood's commercial strip is centered at the intersection of Diamond and Chenery streets near the Glen Park BART station. Here you'll find charming mom-and-pop shops, a number of trendy restaurants and old-fashioned cafes and more! Glen Park offers a variety of housing types, from single-family homes to multi-unit buildings.
A wide variety of architectural types can be found here as well. "Lovely Laidley" Street offers a mini-tour of the neighborhood's architectural spectrum. Many homes in the neighborhood also boast incredible views.
The neighborhood is ideal for those who find enjoying the outdoors an absolute must. Glen Canyon Park occupies nearly 70 acres and offers miles of hiking trails. Walter Haas Park sits atop the hill and could definitely compete for the title of best bay views from a swing set.
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