Celebrity Homes in Noe Valley

November 2, 2023

Celebrity Homes in Noe Valley

Noe Valley, often called a small oasis in the bustling city of San Francisco, is a neighborhood that epitomizes luxury living. This charming community is a haven for high-net-worth individuals and celebrities searching for their dream homes.

Here, you'll find an abundance of boutique shops that cater to your every need, exquisite dining establishments that tantalize your taste buds, and cozy bars where you can unwind in style. Noe Valley's allure extends beyond its culinary delights, with picturesque parks and a bustling town square providing ample green space for relaxation and community gatherings. The neighborhood's walkability is rare in San Francisco, with its tree-lined streets and iconic rows of Victorian homes creating an inviting and welcoming atmosphere.

While most homes in this exclusive enclave range from $2 million to $3 million, contemporary masterpieces are priced at $5 million and beyond. In this highly competitive real estate market, properties are often snatched up swiftly, underscoring Noe Valley's undeniable desirability and status as the ultimate destination for those seeking luxury living.

Mark Zuckerberg's Noe Valley retreat

Mark Zuckerberg, the visionary behind Facebook, once called Noe Valley home in a stunning 5,542 square foot residence just off 21st Street and Dolores. After he purchased it a decade ago for $10 million, it underwent extensive renovations rumored to have cost approximately $5 million. The result was a true masterpiece of modern luxury. One of the few known highlights of  Zuckerberg's Noe Valley mansion was its roof deck with panoramic city views. In 2022, Zuckerberg made headlines again, this time for selling his Noe Valley residence for $31 million, solidifying its status as an iconic piece of San Francisco real estate history.

The Redwood House

The Redwood House was designed by the acclaimed architect Albert Lanier, husband to American artist Ruth Asawa, whose wire sculptures have fetched staggering prices of around $4 million.

Recently, The Redwood House underwent a transformative renovation by Studio Terpeluk, preserving its original features while enhancing its allure. The essence of the house lies in its angular geometries, rich redwood interiors, and relaxing exterior courtyards. The renovation added approximately 950 square feet to the home, strategically maximizing views and blurring the lines between the outdoors and the interior.

Among the notable additions are a guest room suite, a home office, a bar, and a media room catering to the lifestyle of the modern elite. The exterior, adorned with irregular red cedar planks, grants the home a distinctive aesthetic that stands out even in Noe Valley's landscape of architectural gems.

Evan Williams' Noe Valley marvel

At 313 Duncan Street lies a historic Victorian masterpiece that once belonged to Evan Williams, co-founder of Twitter. This illustrious property was purchased for $2.4 million in 2009. Built and designed by renowned architect Owen Kennerly, this three-story, five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home is a stunning example of Victorian architecture. Beyond the main residence, a private guesthouse offers additional space for guests or creative endeavors.

One of the property's most coveted features is its roof deck, offering expansive views of the city, a perfect spot for relaxation or entertaining. A charming courtyard connects to a separate loft space, blending the outdoor and indoor living areas.

Over the years, this residence has witnessed a remarkable journey in terms of value. Williams sold the property in 2013 for $3.2 million, and in 2021, it changed hands once more, this time for an impressive $4.2 million.

Carlos Santana's harmony home

Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana had an exquisite property, listed at $5.7 million in 2022. It sits on a sprawling acre lot and encompasses 3,785 square feet of pure luxury. Built in 1978, the home boasts a unique and dramatic acoustical dome in the main living area. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows grace almost every room, inviting the stunning natural beauty of the surroundings inside. Hardwood flooring adds warmth and sophistication to this artistic haven.

With four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, this residence offers spacious living for the discerning homeowner. Two entertaining areas, including a large deck and a lower patio, provide the perfect setting for gatherings and relaxation. The mature landscaping envelops the property in a cloak of tranquility, making it feel private and secluded.

The T-House

Perched at 526 Duncan Street, the T-House, aptly named for its distinctive shape, is more like a compound than a home. In 2007, this architectural marvel found its first owner in a former Google engineer who acquired it for $5.3 million. Over the years, this iconic residence's allure has only grown, evident in its sale for $9.1 million in 2020 and its recent listing for a staggering $13.5 million in 2022.

Built by YA Architects before the legislation restricting homes over 4,000 square feet, the T-House is four stories tall and boasts an elevator for seamless access to each level. It offers spacious living quarters for its fortunate inhabitants, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The T-House's kitchen is a culinary enthusiast's dream, featuring an 11-foot quartz island that is both functional and visually striking. The primary bedroom occupies the entire top floor, providing a private sanctuary with unparalleled views of the surrounding beauty.

The bar is on the private terrace that wraps around three sides of the home, complete with a putting green. Additionally, a second home on the compound offers two beds, two baths, and another expansive terrace, making it the perfect guest retreat.

Elevate your lifestyle in Noe Valley

Luxury living transcends expectations in Noe Valley. From the historic Victorian homes that line the streets to the architectural masterpieces that house the most illustrious residents, Noe Valley embodies a sense of community that resonates with the elite.

Pacific Edge Real Estate specializes in luxury homes and has access to off-market listings. They are your trusted partners in finding that perfect Noe Valley home for sale. The Pacific Edge Real Estate team understands the importance of secrecy for their clients, ensuring that your real estate journey is successful and discreet. Let Pacific Edge Real Estate guide you to the pinnacle of luxury living in this captivating corner of San Francisco.




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