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Pricechopper: Live Large for Cheap(er) in Cow Hollow

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Was: $3,550,000
Then: $3,295,000
Now: $3,195,000
You Save: $355,000

This Edwardian just keeps taking chop after chop, the poor thing. And what a thing she is! Stats: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 4-story home that clocks in at 3,975 square feet. That's $804 bucks a square foot, yikes. This piece of property is a perfect example of a contemporary remodel to a typical Victorian. She looks her 109 years on the outside (and is that a Corinthian capital!?), but step inside and she's been stripped of most of her charm, replaced with things like zebra woods and fancy Ann Sacks tile. But can we discuss the sheer size of the thing for a sec? There's an awkward space between "normal family home" and "mega mansion." It's typically between 3,500 and 5,000 square feet, and instead of having things like a game room, entertaining hall, or bat cave, it has just normal house rooms that are really large. Big bedrooms, big bathrooms. These types of residential properties are unnecessarily large, especially in San Francisco. We expect this property to take another chop within a month.
· 2960 Steiner [Redfin]