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Designed by architect John Hudson Thomas and built in 1909 for the daughter of a sheep rancher, 1035 Shattuck is an exquisite 5+BD/5.5BA 5,151 square foot brown shingle home with a secluded magnificence that unfolds in dappled sunshine. Iconic and an architectural masterpiece, this home is situated on a double lot in the heart of the Gourmet Ghetto; its unparalleled allure is rooted in the show-stopping original details that accentuate its enchanting treehouse sensibility, while stylish upgrades make the home both luxurious and versatile. Luminous and at one with its natural surroundings, this incredible home is reported to have been built from a single, enormous old growth redwood. The main house measures 4,799 square feet and includes four levels with remarkable west-facing views, a lower-level 1BD/1BA apartment, an in-home theater, and formal living and dining areas with luminous paneling. The detached 1BD/1BA cottage measures 352 square feet and includes a professional dark room.