Dreamhouse Showcase

From sad to sleek

Once a run-down old home, 4173 now sports giant windows to let in the light, a modern facade and interior, including bright kitchens, skylights, and plentiful decks. photos: paragon real estate group

If you viewed an older photo of the home at 4173 Cesar Chavez Street, you might not be impressed. (Go ahead, do a Google Maps Streetview search.) It looks old, sort of a bit patched together, and a little sad. Now look at the photos on this page. The reborn 4173 Cesar Chavez Street is bright and modern and welcoming, and it’s located in Noe Valley, one of the hottest neighborhoods in the country.

Cal-Cade Construction, which did the work, boasts that the home is now “structurally designed to maximize light,” and the smooth light interior adds to the effect. The home boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, an oversized skylight that reaches the lowest level of the home, and materials — such as large custom Italian marble sinks, nine-inch custom-stained oak doors, and four-inch thick natural stone countertops — that redefine this house from sad and patched-together to bright and modern.

The home’s amenities include custom millwork and cabinetry, an elevator, no fewer than three decks, four bedrooms (including two suites and an au pair), five bathrooms (three full, two half), 10-foot ceilings on the main level, a wine room, a speakeasy-themed wet bar, a media room wired for a projector, three fireplaces (two indoor, one outdoor), two laundry areas, custom-stained oak floors, radiant heat, solar panels, and two car-charging stations. Add in the library and white oak-covered cantilevered stairs, and you have a home that was transformed from sad to sleek glad.

Dreamhouse data

4 bedrooms
3 full bathrooms
2 half bathrooms
3,480 square ft.
lot size 2,848 square ft.


Offered by
Travis Pacoe
Paragon Real Estate Group

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