Artfully uniting history and classic style with contemporary luxury. 4250 23rd Street is a home custom made for those who appreciate quality craftsmanship, modern conveniences and an idyllic location just steps to Noe Valley amenities.
Ascend the front steps to discover this custom-built architectural residence. The main level includes grand proportions from soaring ceilings to oversized rooms. The gracious formal dining room opens to the chef’s kitchen and is accented with a sun-kissed quintessential San Francisco bay sitting area perfect for your morning coffee. The expansive living room with gas fireplace and built-in bookcases create the perfect environment for an evening with friends or a quite night at home. The state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen has been custom designed to allow creativity to flow. Well thought out cabinetry, abundant counter space and bar seating for guests to linger for mealtime conversation.
The main level is completed with a breakfast room with sun deck overlooking the garden, original powder room, and a spectacular master bedroom suite. Drenched in sunlight overlooking the Wisteria pergola the master bedroom is finished with a large walk-in closet and a stunning master bath with Waterworks bathtub and fixtures.
Descend the grand staircase with Droog chandelier to find four additional bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room, and laundry room. Adjoining the spacious family room is a second master suite which can be combined to create a guest suite or au-pair quarters. Making the most of this fully detached home, each bedroom has a unique view of the home’s lush, verdant landscaping. A large laundry room and direct access to the gardens complete this level to evoke an intimate sense of home.
The home’s large attic provides abundant storage and an opportunity to explore expansion potential. A dog washing station with hot and cold water is located on the carport under the wisteria covered pergola.
Renowned Architect, William Mooser
An iconic San Francisco residence, the home was built in 1893 by master carpenter William Helbing for then owner John Conly. The magnificent turreted home was custom designed by esteemed architect William Mooser. Mooser & Son architects was a dynastic architectural firm with over 100 years of architectural history in San Francisco. Mooser & Son’s achievements include the Pioneer Woolen Mill (1864) and many of the other buildings which now make up the world-famous Ghirardelli Square.
Once featured in architectural digests and beloved by historians, the home fell into a state of neglect. In 1993 the home was purchased by David Jerome and Lorenzo Boelitz. With the assistance of EASA architects and Ellis A. Shoichot AIA, the home was reborn and restored to its original glory. The home is an often-storied Queen Anne with numerous appearances in the Noe Valley Voice. 4250 23rd Street sits on a 4,500 sq. ft. lot and is detached on all sides. The lush gardens ebb and flow throughout the property to create an environment perfectly set for day to night quiet enjoyment.
Purveyor of San Francisco’s finest gardens, Janet Moyer Landscaping
Janet Moyer Landscaping, one of San Francisco’s most sought-after landscape professionals designed the lush gardens. The residence at 4250 23rd Street is a place for rest, relaxation and entertaining. The multitude of creative seating areas showcase the garden as the perfect place to demonstrate your hospitality. By creating a warm and inviting outdoor space, family and friends will enjoy time together all year round in our temperate climate. You’ll enjoy a respite from a busy day, have a safe place for children to play, or find a quiet spot to enjoy a glass of wine in front of the fireplace. The landscaping was designed to offer another room, a place to commune with nature and a social gathering spot, within the homes urban setting. The garden’s contours and varied plantings create unique and inviting vantage points from every room in the home.
A Touch of Honey, fnnch
Adding to the homes unique character and artful inspiration, the owners commissioned famed local street artist fnnch to add yet another unique dimension to this remarkable home. fnnch believes art is for everyone. In his most iconic work, he takes inspiration from the famous “Honey Bear”. fnnch has created street art installations supporting his firm belief that accessible art and murals are art for the entire community to enjoy while inspiring and engaging others. The poppies were installed in 2018 and have become a joy for passersby on a daily basis.
When fnnch moved to San Francisco, he became obsessed with street art but felt there were not enough people pushing the art form forward. Deciding to be the change he wanted to see in the world, he hit the streets with multi-layered stencils and spray paint. Since then he has built a strong social media presence, has been featured on the cover of the SF Chronicle and by brands like J.Crew, TOMS Shoes, and Benefit Cosmetics, and has had gallery shows in San Francisco, Chicago and Los Angeles. His art can be found in San Francisco, LA, New York, Miami, Chicago, St. Louis, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong.
Noe Valley is one of San Francisco’s most highly sought after neighborhoods.