Stunning modern four storey single family house located in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood. It was designed by local John  Maniscalco Architecture. Enjoy!

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Description by John Maniscalco Architecture This new four-story home establishes an understated but dignified urban presence on an atypically wide San Francisco site. A transitional two-story glass-walled entry hall draws users to an airy and open living level. An increasingly light stair element transitions from floor to floor ultimately arriving at a roof deck enjoying panoramic views. Visit John Maniscalco Architecture