Positioned on a quiet tree-lined street in Cow Hollow, 1974 Filbert St is a light-filled contemporary home with a warm sophistication. Rebuilt in 2010 at the direction of Dill Architecture Group, the home boasts four bedrooms, three full baths, approximately 3,670 sqft, and two car parking. Details include 12-foot ceilings throughout the main level, wide-plank hickory wood floors, and a desirable open floor plan. The living room is bathed in southern light and flows seamlessly into the adjacent dining room, anchored by a black marble fireplace. The kitchen has been thoughtfully designed with white quartz counters, a 6-burner gas range, a walk-in pantry, an island with bar seating, and incredible storage. Completing this level of the home are two bedrooms, one overlooking the lush garden below, and a full bath with a glass-enclosed shower. The master suite rests on the upper level of the home and enjoys views of the Golden Gate Bridge through the frameless corner window in addition to a walk-in closet and an en-suite bath. The master bathroom includes a dual sink vanity, a walk-in shower, and a deep soaking tub. On the south-side of the top floor is a spacious office with a walk-out patio, overlooking the Pacific Heights skyline. An enviable roof deck rests at the top of the home and enjoys views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, and the surrounding neighborhood. The lower level of the home hosts a family room, game room, full bath, and the fourth bedroom. The bedroom has direct access out through a set of French doors to the garden. The garden is a private oasis with lush landscaping and low maintenance turf. A two-car garage with interior access to the home completes the home. Located on a quiet street in the heart of Cow Hollow, 1974 Filbert Street is just one block from the restaurants and shops along Union Street and within close proximity to Moscone Recreation Center and the commercial corridor on Chestnut Street.