Minimalist Home Atop Russian Hill

Bay Area architect Stanley Saitowitz (of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc.), known for his use of stainless steel and glass material, designed this stunning Russian Hill abode in the mid-1990s. Fast forward about 15 years and this five-level home remains as gorgeous as ever. Take a tour of this sleek contemporary crib, which Curbed reports is up for grabs for a cool $6.98 million.

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Bay Area architect Stanley Saitowitz (of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc.), known for his use of stainless steel and glass material, designed this stunning Russian Hill abode in the mid-1990s. Fast forward about 15 years and this five-level home remains as gorgeous as ever. Take a tour of this sleek contemporary crib, which Curbed reports is up for grabs for a cool $6.98 million.
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Curious what $6.98 million will buy these days? Here's a peek at the living room, which features frameless etched glass, sleek slate flooring, and an impeccable minimalist interior design.
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The last time this property changed owners was in 1994 when 1110 Green Street sold for $1.025 million, after which the owners hired local architect Stanley Saitowitz to construct their dream home, reports Curbed.
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A view of the home's dining room that can host at least fourteen guests. Even the dining room boasts gigantic glass windows that perfectly frame the Bay and city views.
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The Russian Hill abode features this gorgeous (and totally pristine) kitchen, which comes with flat-fronted cabinetry, stainless steel countertops, and access to a south facing deck.
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Here's a look at one of the four bedrooms in the 3,795 square foot single family home. The bed is elevated on a wooden platform making it the focal point of this clutter-free room.
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The five-level pad features 2.5 bathrooms, including this incredibly awesome master bath with slate flooring, large soaking tub, and a gigantic steam shower.
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Not a fan of the floating stairs, or merely just don't like huffing it up five flights? You can rest easy because the Russian Hill crib comes with an elevator that provides convenient access to each of the floors.
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Gorgeous Bay and Golden Gate Bridge views make this home a hot commodity. Curbed points out that even the public listing proclaims that the five-level house is "perfectly situated" for the upcoming America's Cup.
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Sure, the Stanley Saitowitz-designed pad is listed for close to $7 million but can you really put a price on unparalleled views like this?
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Multiple terraces envelop this home, including this etched glass terrace off of the penthouse room.
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If you're looking for a bit of a bigger space to spread out, then ditch the swanky terrace and head on up to the roof deck.
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Here's a look at a room on the home's ground floor. You'll see that the home also includes a rear landscaped garden. Not pictured are the two parking spaces, which are pretty much a necessity in this street parking challenged 'hood.
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A view of the rear garden, which has been set up with a barbecue and lounge chairs. Something tells us that whoever ends up with this Stanley Saitowitz-designed masterpiece will certainly be the envy of his and her friends.
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