Wealthy and famous people, notorious for their itchy real estate feet, could buy or sell a multi-million dollar home with the same comfort and spaciousness as just financially deadly, say, buy a new pair of shoes or replace a box of baking soda in the fridge. The one exception, at least in San Francisco, is the veteran Winona Ryder of Hollywood, who has owned the same home in the city’s affluent cattle ranch for 25 years. The “Beatles” and “Heather’s” icons, two-time Oscar nominees (“Age of Innocence” and “Little Women”) who currently starred in Netflix’s wildly popular science fiction thriller “Stranger Things”, have made a small fortune. -The roofed Dutch colon for colonial sale that he returned in 1999 for 1.3 million and is now sold for less than ৫ 5 million.
Built in 1902, the three-story house sits on a high ground on the border of the Marina District to the north and the Pacific Heights to the south. Listed with Nina Hatvani on the compass, the slender, beautifully maintained home details the period with modern-day animal comfort. More than 3,100 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two full and half bathrooms.
The entrance to a gated courtyard around the side of the house was a cherry-red front door open to a fireplace featuring the original included hardwood floors, decorated glass windows and a decoratively spanned switchback staircase. A street-facing formal living room features a rather annoying traditional fireplace with more sisal glass windows and flute pillar accents, while a second, informal living room plays an all-but uniform (and thus, equally dull) fireplace. Adjacent to the bay on Angel Island State Park, with a picturesque tree-lined view of the bay with glass sliders, the dining area extends to the wide deck, and the not-so-large but carefully decorated kitchen is expensively decorated with brightly colored quartz apparel. .
Although upstairs there are technically three bedrooms, the floor plans show that one includes a spacious wine-style private bath and the other two easily serve as a grand suite consisting of a shared entrance vestibule with a huge walkway in a closet. Open of and other vintage style baths. The suite has a large fireplace in two rooms, it can be inspired by what you see in a French style and both sport glass sliders that open into the same narrow veranda from which there is a valley that jumps over the bay and surrounds the two most famous landmarks in the city. , Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island.
In addition to a single car garage, the basement-like ground floor has a laundry room and a finished bonus space with a powder house. And, spreading the idea that city life means no outdoor space, the outer deck of the dining room faces a deep courtyard below the stairs that connects a large brick roof and a small deck hidden between trees and shrubs.
It is not clear when Ryder occupied the house. It rose to 15 15,000 per month as rent last year and it cleans personal belongings and is staged with generic furniture. However, Scott McKinley Han, a low-key actor and his longtime boyfriend, sustainable clothing entrepreneur, certainly seems to have some bi-coastal options; He believes he owns a prominent Mediterranean villa in L.A.’s Celebrity Outpost Estate neighborhoods in the upper foothills of Hollywood, and a few years ago at Architectural Digest his home in New York City, featuring an 18-foot high-rise apartment. , And Beverly Hills, a medium-sized Mediterranean bungalow in the 190’s, he returned to its original state with the wise help of his good friend, actor / decorator Kevin Hall.