Revised planning documents have been filed for a new single-family house at 159 Laidley Street south of Billy Goat Hill in Glen Park, San Francisco. The project will replace an existing single-family home with a new single-family residence nearly twice the size. Winder Gibson Architects is responsible for the design.
The four-floor home will rise on a hill-side parcel twenty-two feet above street level and extend 62 feet long to yield 4,524 square feet, including a 241 square foot garage with a car stacker. The floor plans show a media room, library, and an open-layout top floor for dining and living rooms along with four bedrooms. Terraces on each floor will offer views facing toward the rear yard and city skyline.
The property is near Muni light rail, the Billy Goat hill, and the retail-rich Mission Street thoroughfare south of Cesar Chavez Street. The Glen Park BART Station is just fifteen minutes away by foot.
The property was purchased in late 2019 for $2.7 million, and planning applications for the new building were first filed in early 2020. Palo Alto-based Tak W. Yan is listed as the property owner and is potentially the future resident. George Voight will manage construction.