Want a newly renovated home in the Marina? It'll cost $4.5 million

May 1, 2018 | San Francisco Business Times

Tracy McLaughlin - Real Estate Agent

A newly renovated home in San Francisco’s swanky Marina neighborhood could be yours for just under $4.5 million.

The 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom property at 3621 Scott Street was recently completed and offers a fresh look open to natural light, with high-end touches like burnished brass fixtures, Carrera marble, French Oak flooring and custom lighting in an open floor plan with high ceilings.

A few examples of this interplay is the full bathroom which offers a custom vanity, marble set flooring and a large skylight, as well as the chef's kitchen which comes with a glass mosaic backsplash, a large center island with custom seating and new stainless steel appliances.

The residence is conveniently located close to the shops and restaurants on Chestnut Street, the Palace of Fine Arts and the sprawling Marina Green. For those looking for a taste of the outdoors at home, the large roof deck offers entertaining space and amenities like a outdoor barbecue, sink and refrigerator.

Design firm HKW Design worked on the property’s interior and the listing agents are Ted Bartlett and Tracy McLaughlin with Pacific Union.

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