At the top of a steep road, this seemingly small house is larger than it appears. With the majority of the house tucked behind the surrounding vegetation, the house appears small, when in actual fact it is actually fairly large in size. The house was re-constructed from an 1930′s house in the heart of San Francisco and has been completely transformed from a run down and worn out building to a inviting and stylish home by John Maniscalco Architecture. There is a cosy little terrace on the roof of the house that offers stunning views of the city and the nearby valley. The house has been designed and constructed using lots of wooden panels and light colourings. The exterior looks ultra modern with straight angular lines and large windows. Inside, the interior is inviting and very stylish in appearance. With so much light flooding through the windows, it is open and very airy.