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Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA

Browse traditional Japanese houses for sale in San Francisco, CA. Traditional Japanese influence on American architecture and design can be seen throughout the US.
Iconic American architect Frank Lloyd Wright was fascinated by Japanese wood prints and the elements that married indoors and outdoors together.
Mid-century modern design is influenced by Japanese design. Examples include sliding or glass walls and open floor plans.

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This home on the penthouse level at The Palms offers a sun filled oasis within a growing neighborhood. The open floor plan, angled glass walls, and to...
Warm minimalism meets timeless European design in this stunning Noe Valley residence. Situated on a flat tree-lined block of Jersey street between Cas...
Exclusive bespoke modernism, soaring above the San Francisco skyline in the heart of downtown San Francisco. This curated masterpiece, nestled in the ...
Opportunity Awaits for the savvy investor or owner/user to re-imagine this Hot Inner Richmond District Duplex built on an extra wide lot. The Lower fl...
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Welcome to 1875 Mission Street, #406. Located on the quiet, rear, top floor of M1875, one of the Mission's most exciting condominium developments, thi...
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First Offering. One Steuart Lane is a boutique collection of superlative condominium residences on the Bay. Located at the corner of Steuart Lane & th...
Lumina at 333 Beale Plaza! A San Francisco Luxury building with all the amenities! Roof top views of the Bay Bridge + FiDi, BBQ area and outdoor area ...
Designed by award winning Pfau Long Architects, this dramatic 3-level contemporary townhome is in a boutique 7-unit building steps from Hayes Valley s...
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Fabulous west facing view unit. Major remodel completed July 2020 including redesigned kitchen- cabinets, counters, appliances, laundry and lighting. ...
City Living At It's Finest. Awesome Corner Unit. Light & Airy. Floor to Ceiling Windows. Newly Remodeled Unit With Stainless Steel Appliances. Ope...
Three unit building nestled in the heart of Eureka Valley. Approximately 3,000 square feet of total living area. Upper floor owners residence delivere...
Extra spacious, updated, charming unit in central SF location, 2 blocks to popular Buena Vista Park. Property includes 3BR/3BA flat with private rear ...
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Freshly reimagined 2/1 TIC unit, nice open floor plan, new French Oak wide plank floors, kitchen, bath, lots of natural light. 2nd floor rear unit ov...
Charming bright studio is an open floor plan living space with quick access to the building's sun deck. It comes with wood flooring, and contemporary-...
This Parkside graciously remodeled home features stylish modern finishes throughout. Top floor offers open floor plan with open kitchen to dining & l...
Spanning the full width of California Crown's South-facing rear of the building, enveloped by a large private deck and awashed in natural light, unit ...
Incredible opportunity! This newly top of the line, remodeled open floor plan cooperative apartment is vacant, staged and move in ready. Apartment #5D...
Sunny and bright bungalow style home with open floor plan in Bernal Heights. Featuring two bedrooms, one bath, formal dining room, kitchen with granit...
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Frequently Asked Questions for Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA

Why are Japanese style homes popular?

Neutral color palettes, minimalism and simplicity, lack of decoration, strong and clean lines, open floor plans, and the highlighting and incorporating of nature are among the reasons why Japanese styles are a popular choice.

How many Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in San Francisco, CA?

There are 129 Traditional Japanese Houses in San Francisco, CA currently.

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