Kevin K. Ho, Esq.
Jonathan B. McNarry

MLS No. 421600325

Top Producers, Top 21 Vanguard Properties, Top 1% of San Francisco Agents

NOW SELLING: 4367 21st Street, San Francisco
— A Bespoke, Prominent, Fully Detached Home

4367 21st Street, perched about San Francisco’s iconic Castro District and Noe Valley with sweeping southern views of Noe, Bernal and Diamond Heights. Set on the corner of Worth and 21st, 4367 21st is in the last warm pocket before the fog starts.

The home is filled with light and air — abundant natural light during the day and just-installed signature designer lighting and ambient, concealed lighting at night. The enormous and bright kitchen has stainless appliances from Dacor (5-burner gas cooktop and oven) and LG, a sleek composite Blanco sink as well as brand new quartz countertops, designer Legrand outlets, Lutron controls and LED under cabinet, in-shelf and up-lighting by Alloy LED, the folks who have lit the Bay Bridge at night.

Other details like the 9+-ft tall ceilings on the main level, large stained glass dining room, a picture window and vaulted ceilings upstairs (10+ ft), luxurious hardware and walnut doors engage all the senses. The upstairs bathroom has been updated with Hansgrohe trim in polished chrome, a large Kohler soaking tub and designer lighting from Tech Lighting, Halo and Alloy LED. Smart-home updates include Lutron lighting controls throughout and UV-light Broan bath fans in all three bathrooms.

The home had just had a mini-facelift with new tile and updated finishes as well using a palette of warm natural materials. Other little touches, like the matching bird house in the front garden, gold accents on the intricately detailed and engaging facade combine with locally sourced walnut throughout to enhance the feeling of comfort, serenity and joy. 

Offered at:



Have a question? Want to set up a COVID-safe showing?

Feel free to call or text us…

Kevin (415) 297-7462

Jonathan (415) 215-4393


Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 17, 2021 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.


  • 3+ Beds, 2.5 Baths, 1-car Garage
  • 3 levels, concrete foundation, updated sewer connections, brand-new furnace 
  • Sellers had a Tesla Model 3 which they parked in the garage where is a 240-volt outlet for electric car use
  • ≈ 1,885 sqft (as per appraiser)*
  • Corner lot location, fully detached allows for copious amounts of natural light 
  • Premium Updates just completed with new walnut passage doors + floating shelves, ambient and stunning lighting like the now-backlight colorful stained-glass window in the formal dining room and embedded lighting above the fireplace and in the kitchen
  • Signature designer lighting by: Hudson Valley, Mitzi, George Kovacs, Generation Lighting, Tech Lighting, Halo, Alloy LED, Moooi, and others
  • Wood floors, brand-new carpet, tile, dual-pane windows (with screens) 
  • Top-level bedrooms each have their own outdoor space including a large view deck, private front garden with easy-care artificial turf, irrigation for plants
  • New Dacor 5-burner gas top range, stainless hood above, LG refrigerator, Blanco sink and Hansgrohe pull-down faucet
  • Victorian building of an unknown date (pre-1906 likely) 
  • Proximity to some of the City’s top-rated public schools (which will matter starting in 2024, which is when SFUSD is implementing a new school assignment policy) 
  • APN = 2765-001

* = If desired, buyers may want to confirm this figure to their own satisfaction


In showing the home, meeting the neighbors and simply being in the space, we can say it is a wonderful, corner-lot home that feels special.  The curb appeal is great — you literally have a white picket fence and a jasmine-scented private front yard with artificial turf, a replica bird house (that is also lit at night thanks to a solar light), and other ornamental plantings including a great hydrangea, draught-tolerant dresses and a stunning Japanese maple. The front yard is one that is safe and secure where the sellers let their kids play in a sandbox while being able to keep an eye on them from the large kitchen windows above. 

What’s also unique about 4367 is that this is a house in an area where the garage is on the side of the home, which means the striking color and intricate facade take more of your attention than a garage wood when seen from 21st Street. The way the house is set on the slope and on the block also allows for copious amounts of natural light to pour into the newly updated kitchen with tile, quartz, walnut and stainless steel appliances including a new gas cooktop, electric oven and warming drawer.

The are other features throughout the just-updated home such as new millwork in the formal dining room that offer a subtle counterpoint to the dramatic polished nickel chandelier or the backlit colorful stained-glass window. The pair of upstairs bedrooms each have vaulted ceilings, dramatic designer light fixtures and outdoor space including a 200+ sqft south-facing patio.

The ground floor of this concrete-foundation home has an en suite bedroom and internal access garage where you can plug-in your electric car into the home’s 240-volt outlet. Set above the Castro and Noe Valley in a quiet and warm pocket of this part of town, 4367’s proximity to some of the city’s best public schools may come in handy in 2024, which is when proximity will play a role in determining where kids can go to school.  




(Have your phone in portrait mode if you’re on a mobile)


4367 21st Street Floor Plan


The information contained in this material is deemed to be reliable and accurate but it is unverified. Potential buyers should take all steps necessary to satisfy themselves regarding the information contained herein or any other matter related to the property they see fit. 

Like this:

%d bloggers like this: