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Dramatic new construction boasts refined material palette – SFGate

Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough

Address: 143 Laidley St., San Francisco

Asking price: $10 million

Description: Four years of meticulous planning birthed this trilevel Glen Park view manor loaded with high-tech amenities and refined finishes. A Zen courtyard with a waterfall, a flowering cherry tree and charred cedar boards stands before the home with a mahogany front door. Retractable glass walls off the great room open to a 32-foot-wide deck with views of downtown San Francisco. The kitchen revolves around a Calacatta Oro marble island with waterfall edges as the great room boasts a gas fireplace with custom steel surround. The residence also offers a media room with a sound system, as well as a 1,300-bottle wine cellar. Details are at www.143laidley.com.

Don’t miss: The owner’s suite. It’s home to a Vina Perla marble-clad fireplace, a steam shower/double rain shower and a private balcony.

Built: 2017

Square feet: 5,300

For more information: Dennis Stavropoulos, Pacific Union Real Estate, (415) 595-1300, homes@annadennisre.com; Anna Spathis, Pacific Union Real Estate, (415) 810-5291, homes@annadennisre.com.

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