865 Duncan Street

865 Duncan Street is a 5,400 square foot designer home located in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. It was originally a nondescript home that was foreclosed upon in 2011 and purchased by James Gallagher, the founder of Achill Beg Construction, for $1.28 million in 2012.

Gallagher, along with Shatara Architecture and designer Amy Sullivan of Sullivan and Associates, transformed the property into a stunning modern home. The home features:

  • 700-square-foot guest house
  • Large garden
  • Outdoor “leisure area”
  • Modern and stylish interiors

Here are some additional details about the home:

  • The home is built on a large lot.
  • The interiors are described as “Randall Museum chic,” which suggests that they are playful and colorful with a focus on natural materials.
  • The home has been featured in several publications, including Dwell magazine.

Overall, 865 Duncan Street is a unique and impressive home that reflects the owner’s personal style and the talents of the design team.

Achill Beg Construction

Achill Beg Construction is a construction firm based in San Francisco. Founded in 1995, we specialize in large residential and commercial developments, historic preservation, and seismic retrofitting.