There is a place in San Francisco where dreams are not simply alive – they are both conceived and achieved. It’s a setting that blends classic style and contemporary luxury, an environment made for those who appreciate quality craftsmanship. It’s history as reflected in the present moment, the perfect mix of then and now.


This is 1810 Green.


Completely renovated with an eye toward the highest level of detail and craftmanship, this generously appointed top floor Pacific Heights 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath bi-level condominium feels more like a separate house.


Inside, the first level includes a grand dining room with original working pocket doors, built-in storage and bar, and a large living and sitting area as well as the half-bath, gourmet kitchen, and third bedroom. Upstairs you’ll find the two spacious decks with views – one north-facing, one south-facing with unobstructed views of the full expanse of the Golden Gate Bridge and Palace of Fine Arts – master suite, and the second bedroom. All bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms.


Angela Free Design has incorporated a refined and timeless feel, breathing new life into this sunlit historic home. New custom windows made of African Mahogany and window coverings, distressed walnut floors, and designer recessed lighting and lighting controls. Other thoughtful features include custom hardware modeled after the original designs, a trio of gas fireplaces, and Christopher Peacock cabinetry throughout. The gourmet kitchen boasts a Wolf gas range, Built-in SubZero Refrigerator, generous center island for extra meal preparation space, and an eye-catching stained-glass window. Dual decks with Ipe wood, built-in lighting, and wiring for speakers and heat lamps invite you to take in the outdoors and spectacular view, while two parking spaces + storage heighten the convenience factor.


When well-known Bay Area architect William H. Wharff built 1806-1810 Green for himself in 1885, he brought to the task his considerable experience with building a blend of Italianate and Stick-Eastlake styles, though the building hewed closer to the latter. It retains its original porch to this day.


Ideally located just two blocks from Union Street, 1810 Green sits across the street from the turn-of-the-century Golden Gate Valley branch of the San Francisco Public Library. Architect Ernest Coxhead designed the beautiful brick and terracotta Beaux Arts building in the shape of a basilica; an upgraded and improved version opened its doors in 2011. Within walking distance are an impressive array of eateries and cultural amenities befitting gracious San Francisco living.


Dreams thrive at 1810 Green. Come live amongst them.



1810 Green Features & Upgrades:


-Property went through a $1.5 million total down to the studs renovation from March 2016 to April 2018-




- Bryant Evolution Programmable Thermostats

- Bryant Heating & Cooling Furnace Evolution Series System – 987M

- A/C heat Pump Evolution 189BN Recirculating Pump

- Kitchen – Wolf cooktop/oven- 4 burners with griddle,

  Wolf Drawer Microwave Oven, SubZero Integrated Refrigerator with

  ice maker and water dispenser, Bosch dishwasher, BEST blower

- 3 gas fireplaces - All mantel pieces by Chesney of London, UK, made

  of limestone with Ventana Direct Vent fireplace inserts

- Bosch Stacked Washer/Dryer with Floodstop by Onsite PRO –

  leak detection and auto water shutoff system for washing machine

- NuHeat heated floors in master bathroom

- Custom California Closets – Office, Master Bedroom, Laundry

- Electronics – Den- Sonos sound bar, Sony Blu-ray Disc/DVD player,

  Vizio TV , Office – Samsung TV, Ceilings speakers in den, kitchen

  and office areas. Sonos boxes and a black box for the surround

  sound in the rooms specified

- Toto toilets (4) – Eco Promenade, soft close elongated toilet seat


- Plumbing Fixtures by Kallista, Waterworks and Rohl        

- Countertops

             Kitchen – Caesarstone Calacatta Nuvo

             Den bathroom and dining room dry bar – Tigrato Onxy

             Office, Master Bedroom bath and closet  - Quartzite

- Millwork – All custom by Acapello, all designed to be reflective of

   the period. Traditional drawn PLASTER cove molds in

   living and dining rooms

- Tile used throughout is marble or porcelain made by Ann Sacks,  

  Walker Zanger or Artistic

- Quiet Rock or Roxul sound proofing material used on all common

  walls to first floor unit, spray foamed floors on entire first floor to

  minimize sound transfer between units

- New hardwood floors throughout by First, Last and Always –

  Walnut, 3/4" thick x 5" wide, Regupol Sonus sound

  underlayment used. Hand scrapped throughout for character

- The dining room has  walnut Brittany parquet panels in the center 

  bordered with the plank flooring

- All interior walls, trim, ceilings painted in 2018

- Staircase carpeting is 100% wool and trimmed in suede

- Living room, den bathroom and powder room mirrors –

  Custom made by Aedicule  

- Den bathroom walls are faux painted, not wallpaper

- All bathroom, dry bar and kitchen cabinetry and den paneling

  are by Christopher Peacock.  Interiors are all walnut.  Custom interior

  features in kitchen cabinets

- Alabaster pendants and other light fixtures – custom made by

  Brass Light Gallery of Milwaukee, WI

- Dome and Kitchen stained glass windows designed by owner and

  custom made in Madison, WI

- Etched glass panels in den and master bedroom door created by

  local artist

- Custom hardware throughout sourced through Folger and Burt of SF -

  all window and door hardware and reflective of the original hardware. 

  Hardware on pocket doors between living and dining room is original

  and was restored

- Rounded wall corners on first floor reflective of the Victorian era

- All walls are level 5 – 1/8” plaster finish on top of 5/8” gypsum –

  this is the highest level of finish

- Security system by Sight&Sound. Cameras at front & both deck doors

- Lighting control system and electrical outlet by Legrand (Vantage)




- Entire building painted and repaired, as needed in 2018

- 220V Fast Electric Car Charger

- New (2018) Fibertite roof by Seaman Corporation – 20-year

  membrane warranty

- New rain leaders and gutters

- New windows throughout condo- made of African Mahogany,

  Front windows are weighted and are replicas of the original

  and approved by SF Preservation Department

- Window installed screens for Master bedroom and 2nd flr. hallway

- Corbels restored to reveal the original, delicate pattern after being

  painted over with many coats paint over the history of the home

- Ring Video Doorbell

- URG150T6N 50 gal Bradford White Hot Water heater

- Emtek Garage Storage Locker Keyless Entry

- Entry door - Medeco -upper dead bolt, Primus -lower deadbolt

- Garage – Lutron Occupancy sensing switch – lights are turned

  off automatically after 15 minutes of no movement

- Gutters replaced

- Seismic Gas Shutoff installed

- Decks- IPE Decking

- Front Deck Space heaters by Infratech

- Two electrical service panels in garage



1810 Green Street Historical Information


Built in 1885 by contractor - architect William Wharff, famous

for numerous homes in both San Francisco and Berkeley.

He lived to age 99 becoming the oldest person to have

worked as an architect in San Francisco at the time.

He built 1806-1810 for himself as owner and lived 

here 21 years. He passed away in 1936.

In Berkeley, Wharff designed the Masonic Temple at 2105

Bancroft Way and Shattuck Avenue (1906). It is one

of the best buildings in Berkeley’s downtown, and just so

happens to have been the location of BAHA’s office for

quite a few years. His Carlson’s Block and Chase Building

are also notable commercial buildings in Berkeley.

   1806–1810 Green Street (1885). When Wharff built

 this house for himself as owner, he re-used

plans for 2280–2284 Sutter. Unlike the Sutter

 Street flats, this house still has its original porch.




Floor Plans


This scenic Bay Area neighborhood is nestled between the Marina and Pacific Heights districts. The Cow Hollow neighborhood features the condo/row houses that are synonymous with San Francisco. Located between Lyon Street and the Presidio to the West and Van Ness to the East, Cow Hollow is near a wide variety of popular San Francisco landmarks.

When it’s time for Cow Hollow residents to go shopping or out to eat, Union Street is where all the excitement happens. Starting from the intersection of Steiner and Union you will find Rose’s Cafe, which features Italian fare including breakfast pizza. Other popular restaurants on Union Street include Gamine (French cuisine), West Coast Wine + Cheese, and Flores. The shopping available on Union Street is both diverse and unique. Some of the notable shops include Krimsa Fine Rugs & Decor, the health and beauty boutique LUSH, and Lorna Jane.

Residents of Cow Hollow are within a half-mile of Presidio’s incredible activities and museums. Enjoy a refreshing walk up and around the park’s grassy hills, followed by a picnic near El Polin Spring. Bowl a few games at the Presidio Bowling Center, or explore the history of one of the pioneers of animation at The Walt Disney Family Museum. The Palace of Fine Arts is one of San Francisco’s most unique landmarks and can be visited with ease from the Cow Hollow neighborhood.

Accessing the rest of the Bay Area is both easy and convenient. A short walk to the intersection of Union and Fillmore Street will take you to the Route 41 Transit Stop.From there, you can ride to the Financial District in less than 30 minutes. Film industry workers who live in Cow Hollow can walk easily to Industrial Light & Magic, while the Google Headquarters is just a 45-minute commute.

If you are looking for a vibrant neighborhood with plenty to see and do, Cow Hollow is perfect for you!


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