Whether it accents a home’s façade or provides a splash of unexpected color in a tucked-away interior space, stained glass transforms light into vivid, glowing hues, creating details that are visually striking and vibrant.
Timeless Elegance in Russian Hill
Meticulously restored, this 1915 Russian Hill residence is an ideal setting for sophisticated living and entertaining with iconic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay. Contributing to its singular charm are numerous classic details, among them a wood-burning fireplace, bright bay windows, stately crown moldings, and an eye-catching stained-glass window in one of the four bedrooms. Building amenities include a resident manager, parking for one car, two storage rooms, passenger and service elevators, and a rooftop terrace with a sweeping panorama.
19th-Century Napa Gem
Built in 1895, impeccably maintained, and carefully renovated in 2017, this enchanting Queen Anne–style home designed by illustrious area architect Luther M. Turton sits on the corner of a prominent street in Napa. The three-bedroom, 2,873-square-foot cottage is filled with period charm and original architectural elements, including sunny bay windows, handsome oak floors, and colorful stained-glass detailing in the living room’s windows. The town’s refined shops, superior restaurants, and renowned wine-tasting rooms are just steps away.
Pacific Heights Charmer
Occupying two levels of one of San Francisco’s celebrated Victorian-era homes, this Pacific Heights condominium is a quintessential space for easy, light-filled living. Among the delightful details that contribute to its unique aesthetic are rounded bay windows, classical columns, an ornate stone fireplace, elegant crown moldings, and a striking stained-glass window. Residents also enjoy a deck, a covered patio, an inviting backyard, and one off-street parking space in a desirable location, near area parks and the shops and restaurants of Fillmore and Union Streets.