4 bed · 5.5 bath · 4,818 sf

Set in cinematic Russian Hill lives this avant-garde masterpiece with electrifying views. Thoroughly developed by Jeremy Ricks and designed by Studio 12 architect, Jeff Burris, this unique home strikes a natural tension between minimalist design and a sleek, sexy tone. Spanning 4,818 square feet of show stopping design, this 4-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom property sets the stage for an endless encore. 

“A sleek and electrifying home…” 

Featuring a dramatic, glass-wrapped façade, the interior belies a vast great room with floor-to-ceiling windows that open to indoor/outdoor living. A streamlined kitchen features Calacatta Caldia countertops sourced from a unique run of “white-on-white” veining. Four Wolf ranges join SubZero appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, and walnut cabinets with motorized Servo hardware for a state-of-the-art kitchen.

Perfectly poised for concert-style luxury entertainment, an additional 1,300 square feet cater three outdoor kitchens, an outdoor pizza oven, plentiful wine fridges, and two outdoor Paloform remote control fireplaces. Travel with ease via elevator from the garage to all interior levels, then navigate your way to the rooftop deck for head spinning city views. Picture perfect scenery from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Bay Bridge complete this unbeatable show.

Remodeled to perfection, no detail has been missed in this extraordinary and smart-enabled home at 1110 Green Street. 



Russian Hill

Because of its large collection of spacious single-family homes, many of which just happen to have been built during the Victorian era, Russian Hill has become a high-end neighborhood with a median sales price approaching $2 million. The homes are beautiful — most have been restored or reimagined — but buyers can expect to pay well over asking price to get into this very popular neighborhood.

Russian Hill on a Friday night may overflow with the usual collection of ambitious tech and finance professionals, but climb any of the steep side streets and you’ll find longtime residents living in flats that have been around for generations, as well as young families putting down roots.