Someone was very far-sighted back in 1887, when this Victorian mansion was built. That person or persons put in a whopping nine bedrooms, five fireplaces, wood floors, ornate plaster accents, large rooms with great views — all features that would one day be appreciated and made anew by a restorationist owner. From the foundation to the roof, this 128-year-old home (near Divisadero Street in the Anza Vista neighborhood) is now a polished gem waiting for its new owner.
Situated on a large double lot, which affords a generous backyard for those times when you can take yourself away from the gracious interior of the building, you can entertain outside on the large patio and backyard, or you might want to do so in the top-floor ballroom, which has its own kitchen, bathroom, and panoramic views of downtown San Francisco.
The building includes three rental apartments: a two-bedroom, a one-bedroom, and a studio unit (currently vacant) to add income or for family and visitors. Between the garage and the parking pads, there are four off-street parking spots.
How did they know way back in 1887 that people would want this in 2015? Smart people, those old-timers.
7,435 square ft.
lot size 6,390 square ft.
Bonnie Spindler, Zephyr Real Estate