Sophistication and elegance combine seamlessly in this modern masterpiece.  350 Hill Street is a house to remember.

This John Maniscalco design is a showcase of the best in modern architecture with spaces that naturally capture light in many ways using open floor plans, soaring ceilings, and floating staircases.

Dedicated spaces for dining, enjoying conversations at the gorgeous Caesar Stone kitchen island, or an evening in front of the fireplace were all taken into consideration when creating this ideal floorplan.

Direct access to a mature garden planted with an enchanting variety of botanicals allows one to enjoy the indoor and outdoor living that the mild weather of Dolores Heights invites.

Living with expansive views in the perfect balance of wood, glass, and metals is magically realized at 350 Hill Street.

  • Four Bedrooms or 3 Plus Family Room
  • Gorgeous Master Suite views and walk-in closet
  • Three and One-Half baths, including a Master Bath
  • Chef-Style Kitchen with Rift Cut Oak Cabinets
  • Sunken Formal Living Room
  • Double-Sided Gas Burning Fireplace
  • Panoramic Views from the Master Suite
  • Folding Glass Wall Leading to the Garden
  • Approved Permit for Roof Deck
  • Parking for 3+ Cars plus Storage
  • Laundry Room with Washer and Dryer
  • Abundant Built-In Storage
  • Phenomenal Views from All Levels

Floor Plans


Dolores Heights

“The context of Dolores Heights, like the context of the City as a whole, is a tapestry that only grows more intriguing as new elements are added to the weave. The steep, 400-foot hill itself is a definition rather than a destination, framing Noe Valley to the South and Dolores Park to the East.”

John King, SF Chronicle

Dolores Heights is a hilly neighborhood and is named after a hill within the neighborhood. Parts of it are so steep, that the Muni Metro J Church has to be routed through Dolores Park and into the Liberty Hill area before rejoining Church Street at 22nd Street.

Many of the streets within Dolores Heights are dead-end cul de sacs connected by steep staircases with beautiful views. As a result, the area has become a favorite for people to get their early morning exercise. It is an affluent neighborhood with a stunning mixture of Victorians, small multiple-unit buildings(many of which have been converted into condominiums), and many newer modern single-family homes. Benefitting from Twin peaks blocking the fog and strong winds found almost year-round in San Francisco, Dolores Heights remains relatively warm, sunny, and fog-free.


Open Houses:
Sunday 3/26  - 2 to 4 PM

Tuesday 3/28 - 12:30 to 2 PM

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday 3/28 - 12:30 PM to 2 PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Mike Murphy


Laura Taylor








Mike Murphy

Realtor® AssociateParagon Real Estate GroupCalBRE# 01440395415.359.3975

Laura Taylor