Westward is Sidonie Loiseleux, Patrick Vaillancourt and Charles Vaillancourt, a family of builders who “prioritize design and architecture that meaningfully contribute to the neighborhoods where we build.” They worked alongside architect Aaron Neubert to design and build two residential dwellings on a once vacant street-to-street lot located at 2201 Vestal Avenue in Elysian Heights.
At night both residences, with soaring walls of glass, illuminate like light boxes. Spanning three stories, the main home sits to the front of the property and has a wonderful feeling of openness featuring solid hardwood tongue-and-groove floors, polished concrete, custom oak cabinetry and built-in millwork with eye-catching Clé tile, designer lighting, and wallpaper throughout.
The guest house is perched at the top of the lot, offering its own remarkable views and private access from Lemoyne Street. Both homes effortlessly connect with their surroundings, opening to idyllic gardens filled with mature drought-tolerant natives, oak trees, and enough space for a pool.
The last home designed and built by this team won a 2018 AIA Award in Single Family Residential Architecture. Listed for a tad under $2.7 million, this home also has award-winning potential.
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Listing courtesy of Steve Clark – Compass