This is a rare opportunity to own a historic piece of San Francisco. Engine 44 was built in 1909 and served Noe Valley for 50 years before becoming the home of celebrated San Francisco artists Mark Adams and Beth Von Housen.
Major renovations transformed the building into a four-story contemporary masterpiece with top-of-the-line appliances, smart technology, and premium finishes designed for the best of city living and entertaining. The four-bedroom, three-full- and two-half-bath home includes a glass and reclaimed lumber staircase atrium that allows light to flood through the building. Custom-designed Luminae Souter lighting illuminates the home’s expansive gallery walls.
Original features of the firehouse live within the clean lines and open design of the home, including a brass fire pole, copper stable doors, a fire hose fountain, the original fire bells, and zinc doors. Architecture, history, and technology come together in this distinctive home in the heart of Noe Valley. This home is located near shopping, dining, and transportation.
San Francisco, CA, United States
4 full bathrooms
2 half bathrooms