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Historic Firehouse-Turned-House in the Lower Haight

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This renovated 1913 firehouse in the Lower Haight is butt buddies with recent debutante 124 Lily, a fact we alluded to a couple weeks ago. The 4-bed, 3-bath house — and seriously, who doesn't want to live in an old firehouse? — has 2,500 square feet and features a "blend of classic and modern design ... with firehouse period detail." The kitchen's brand new with an island, the living room's got a big fireplace, and there's a "dramatic office and living space" on the lower level. Plus, that yard that 124 Lily doesn't have: 229 Oak does. Asking price is $1,499,000, though it looks like it's already found a buyer.
· 229 Oak Street (Firehouse Home) [Website]
· Contemporary House in Hayes Valley Boasts Special Catwalk Level [Curbed SF]

Firehouse Home

229 Oak St., San Francisco, CA

Firehouse Home

229 Oak St., San Francisco, CA