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Although we can't pinpoint the original architect of 227 Edgewood in Ashbury Heights, we do know that it underwent a remodel by architect Henrik Bull of Bull Volkmann Stockwell Architects in the mid 60's and again in the late 80's. Standing large at 3,116 square feet, this 3-story, 4-bed, 4-bath singled home has just hit the market with an asking price of $2,599,000. Although there are all sorts of special bells and whistles that we want to highlight, we'd rather start our focus on one small detail that's close to our hearts that we think makes this home just a little more special: cork flooring. Not throughout, but in the bedrooms and workroom. It's natural, extremely rapidly renewable, soft on the feet, holds warmth better than wood, and a rarity around these parts. It's a real win. With that said, we'd like to point out the pot rack in the kitchen. Readers, dear readers, when will San Franciscians learn that a pot rack is not appropriate for homes built on a fault line? We understand that it's a certain aesthetic and even practical but in the event of The Big One you don't want to worry about Grandma's cast-iron skillet falling on your head. Other property highlights include: fantastic views of pretty much everything; location, location, location; landscaped outdoor space aplenty; skylights throughout; two wood burning fireplaces; and Corian countertops in the kitchen.
· 227 Edgewood [Redfin]

227 Edgewood Ave, San Francisco, CA