$1.6 Million Concrete House on Knob Hill

It's contemporary and classic with a big dose of concrete, just like we like it, especially since Douglas Cridland and McKinley Burkhart both worked on it


2115 29 Ave. S.W.


Richmond/Knob Hill




Scott Watson, Sotheby's International Realty

What you get

  • 2,531 square-feet
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Those big, industrial windows aren't just for show. They also give you 180-degree views of downtown.
  • In-floor heating. We don't care as much about that now, but think back to February when heat was what we all wanted most. Even the driveway is heated. 
  • In August, you'll be glad for the air conditioning. 
  • All the fancy appliances, including a Sub Zero and 6 burner Wolf range.

Selling points

The inside was designed by Douglas Cridland, who is one of the best at creating modern spaces that are more classic than cold. The architecture is by McKinley Burkhart, who make us want to live in a concrete house. 

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