Photos: Blue Bottle Coffee owner selling San Francisco mansion
James Freeman, founder of Blue Bottle Coffee, and his wife, Caitlin Williams Freeman are selling their San Francisco mansion for $3.9 million, reports Mansion Global.
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Built in 1894, the Victorian in Alamo Square has four bedrooms and four baths. The Freemans brought in architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the firm that has designed many Blue Bottle cafes, to renovate the home, but retain its overall character.
The property is a mix of old and new and features original stained glass as well as a modern floating wall library. Other amenities include a chef’s kitchen, wine closet and a roof deck.Related Articles
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The couple purchased the home in 2016 for $3.2 million, according to public records. Adelaida Mejia with Vanguard Properties is the current listing agent.
James Freeman founded Blue Bottle Coffee in 2002 in Oakland. It operates stores across the United States and in Japan and Korea. A majority stake in the company was acquired by Nestle in 2017.
Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle