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Mystery Solved: Streamline Moderne at 849 Sanchez Street

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We first looked at 849 Sanchez Street back in October, while it was still under renovation wraps. A rare example of Art Deco "Streamline Moderne" architecture in San Francisco with a crisp white exterior, nautical lines, and geometric forms, this 1938 single-family home is one of the only times you'll ever see us forgive the use of glass block — it just works in homes from this era. Located on the side of Sanchez Hill, views are sure to be impressive, while interiors have been given a contemporary update that's sure to appeal to anyone attracted to the home's exterior. Asking price for this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom 3,100 sq ft gem? $3,250,000.
· 849 Sanchez Street [MLS]
· Mystery Manse Update: Deco Duel on Liberty Hill [Curbed SF]