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Clipper Avenue

Featured in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Earth Day special, this luxury single family home designed by John Maniscalco/Architecture is located in desirable Noe Valley. The house incorporates the very latest in Green Building methods and materials, including the first approved rainwater catchment system in San Francisco, new Ultra-Touch® Recycled “blue jean” insulation and hardwood flooring reclaimed from 100-year-old railroad ties. Solar panels power the entire house and then some, and hydronic radiant heating keeps the home cozy in the winter months without incurring fuel costs.

In addition to smart and green, this lovely home is designed and built for the discriminating buyer – with wine cellar, 2 car s/s parking, gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances and sweeping north and east bay views. High ceilings and skylights provide an open, light-filled living space.

Living Room w/ Noe Valley and North/East bay views
Solid wood flooring
Gourmet kitchen w/top of the line appliances
Double oven, gas cook top
Copper drains and gutters
Master BR/Bath view Suite w/ walk-in closet & laundry
Huge great room with 14’ ceilings
wine cellar
Marvin windows
landscaped garden
view deck
2 car S/S garage

Rainwater catchment system
(1st system approved for residential use by SF Dept. of Building Inspections Aug. 2005)
Photovoltaic (solar) system - produces electricity to provide whole house power
Ultra-Touch® Recycled “blue jean” insulation
Radiant floor heating – hydronic heating
skylights to increase day lighting
100 year old “railroad tie” reclaimed wood flooring
Solar heated water
High Efficiency back-up Water Heaters
Hardie® Fiber Cement siding
Engineered structural lumber
TREX® composite wood fencing and decking
AZEK® cellular PVC exterior trim
High volume fly ash concrete
Low VOC paints and caulks

Cat5 wiring throughout (cable, phone, internet)