Designers’ Home and Private Park

477 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA, 477 Bryant Street , San Francisco County, California
Detached house • 1 bed. • 1 bath. • 258.27 m² • ref: 4S7V2L
In a most remarkable setting, this modern oasis in the city is unlike any home in South of Market, San Francisco. Beyond the unassuming concrete walls and doors of steel lies downtown’s most tranquil residential retreat. Walking inside transports one into a never-before-seen private park, a haven of mature trees and lush botanicals. Announcing the home is a set of oversized casement windows, with French doors that open to a dramatic foyer. Inside, soaring wooden ceilings unite adjacent rooms and skylights while three sets of large glass walls visually extend the living space to the verdant outdoors. Floors of warm, polished concrete suggest the casual sophistication of urban living. At centerstage lies the living room – accented by a large skylight and a fireplace. At one of the sets of glass casement windows, the dining area becomes al fresco at the opening of French doors. A bright and modern kitchen, with substantial countertops and storage, fuels entertaining. A large library or home office is sunlit by a skylight and a third set of large casement windows. French doors open to blend in and outdoors. Sliding doors of frosted glass open to the ensuite bedroom with a fireplace and spa-like bathroom with dual vanities and a glass-enclosed shower. Relax and recharge in this residential urban oasis unlike any other. For three decades 477 Bryant has been the home of San Francisco Bay Area-based interior designer April Sheldon and John Casado , a renowned graphic designer, artist, and photographer, best known for designing logos for the first Macintosh computer. Defining the new downtown San Francisco, the modern oasis of 477 Bryant is ideally located near the converging centers of technology and finance just steps to South Park.


Toilet rooms1


Living258.27 m²
Internal258.27 m²

477 Bryant Street , San Francisco County, California, San Francisco

Views and orientation extracted by AI.
Clear view on courtyard
Construction year1968