For lovers of Victorian architecture in San Francisco who take on their true meaning when we release old homes fully gutted and modernized, this one’s for you.
Built in 1885, the Victorian baton style on a large lot at the corner of Pine and Scott Streets has been fully restored and remains appropriate for the time, starting with the original front doors. And luckily for potential buyers and curious neighbors, he’s holding open houses this Thursday and Sunday.
Inside the foyer you will instantly notice the rich oak floors with an inlaid edging design and the foot of the elegant open staircase, which is also original and retains its heavily carved wooden baluster. A large retractable door here (don’t miss the intricate Victorian hardware store) first enters the living room and dining room, each with 12-foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers, sunny picture windows, and elegant wood-burning fireplaces. . In the classic SF style, there are also built-in shelves in the living room.
Retaining its warm turn-of-the-century vibe, the kitchen has been designed for families who consider cooking and dining as a group sport, with its own dedicated indoor living space with another fireplace and a breakfast room that opens onto the aft deck. Cooks will appreciate the compact but functional layout with a wood-covered center island and plenty of cabinetry, as well as a Thermador stove, Subzero fridge and wine storage space. Period details aside, this home is also turnkey for modern living.
Up the stairs, the master suite has its own fireplace, a trio of closets, and a marble bathroom with a soaking tub, spa shower, and double sink vanity. This level also includes two additional large bedrooms that share a large bathroom with double sinks and a shower / tub combo, as well as a laundry room with sink and storage. The fourth bedroom has its own bathroom and is on the lower level of the house with a family room and access to the garage for two cars.
Size: 2,596 ft²
Asking price: $ 4,850,000
// 2590 Pine Street (Pacific Heights); For more information visit bartletre.com.