110 Chattanooga
It just under a year ago that we discovered the listing for 110 Chattanooga #B (which sold for $1,510,000). And as we noted, 110 Chattanooga is a “2-unit building on narrow lot” designed and built by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2004. And as we also noted:

Okay, we’ve taken the tour and if you’re a fan of modern/contemporary design we suggest you do the same (as usual, the pictures don’t do it justice). Now if we could only figure out a way to get our hands on #A…

Well, it looks like we can finally stop scheming. 110 Chattanooga #A (the other half and home to the architects themselves) has officially hit the market. And yes, sometimes good things do come to those who wait.
∙ Listing: 110 Chattanooga #A (4/2.5) – $1,975,000 [MLS]
Narrow Footprint, Big Impression (110 Chattanooga St #B) [SocketSite]
Zack | de Vito: Chattanooga Street Duplex Overview []

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Gena Riede

    Adam, now this is what you call modern. Very contemporary with clean lines. I like it!
    Congratulations on being selected as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Bloggers!!

  2. Posted by zig

    I live on Chattanooga and love these places
    I admire them every day walking by and think they look great juxtaposed with Victorians
    I wish we could replace more of the stucco shitboxes around with more stuff like these
    The only criticism I have is these garages are a little unwelcoming to their neighborhoods

  3. Posted by David

    Nice to see what kind of immense profit people make on SF real estate these days – according to the link ( the budget was $1.3M and now together they are worth $3.4M? Wow

  4. Posted by fluj

    where my bubble peoples @

  5. Posted by KK

    “I wish we could replace more of the stucco shitboxes around with more stuff like these”
    We? You mean other people? Otherwise I assume you would have already bought one of these shitboxes and transformed it to your liking.

  6. Posted by zig

    I haven’t found the money tree yet but I am looking

  7. Posted by Trip

    This place is awesome. We’re friends of the owners/architects, so I’m biased, but whoever ends up with this place will love both the house and the street.

  8. Posted by Nicole

    I toured this town home this past weekend. Very tasteful and fits in well with the block. Now, there was a nosey neighbor in a pink robe peering over the balcony scowling at the newcomers. But doesn’t every block need at least one?

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