The iconic 610 Rhode Island - designed by Maybeck Award-winning architect Daniel Solomon - remains a stand-out on Potrero Hill. Under a centrally-domed oculus, three bedrooms coexist with a dramatic living and entertaining space created by walls of gray-blue Italian plaster and perforated galvanized metal, dark hardwood floors, a fireplace and 24-foot ceilings.
At the core of the house is a cylindrical stairwell with two concentric flights serving several levels. A three-car (side-by-side) parking garage is accessible from inside the home. A black-shingled façade is marked by large central windows divided by a chimney and flanked by 20 small square portals that deliberately undermine the three-story building's sense of scale. The garden court features abstract walls, water feature and plum trees -- beautifully accented by night. The sale of 610 Rhode Island will represent a lifetime opportunity to own one of San Francisco’s architectural and cultural icons.