Actress Winona Ryder put her lovely Dutch Colonial in San Francisco up for sale this month. The two-time Academy Award nominee has owned the property since 1995, according to public records. Ryder is asking $4.995 million for it.
The house is situated in the Cow Hollow neighborhood. It was constructed in 1902, and retains many original details, including leaded windows, the pair of matching fireplaces with neoclassical mantels gracing the parlor and living room, and the inlaid oak floors that run throughout the two main levels of living space.
Updates include subtle toning, with walls dressed in understated neutral and warm tones. Overall, however, renovations have been carried out with acute and respectful sensitivity to the neighborhood and the city itself, and the home will appeal most to buyers with a discriminating eye for historical relevance and understated elegance.
The interior living spaces of the three-and-three measure in at about 3,150 sq. ft. The master bedroom contains the third fireplace in the home, and it’s a beauty: green marble with a French-style hardwood mantel.
All three levels feature outdoor living space. On the ground floor, a door opens from the media room to a secluded garden with a brick floor, varied plantings, and a raised platform with a fire feature and a pair of stone benches; the second floor opens to a large outside deck. On the upper floor, the master suite and guest room open to a private terrace which offers superb views of the city, Marina, and Bay.
Ryder starred in cult classics such as Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands. Her latest projects include Netflix hit series Stranger Things and HBO miniseries The Plot Against America.