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Come and Get Your Very Large Victorian

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818 Steiner sold in 2004 for the pocket change price of $1,620,000. After "two years of hard labor and buttloads of cash," it plopped back on the market with a shiny and new price tag of $3,950,000. It finally sold for $3,400,000 in early 2007. Now it's back, but $200,000 less: $3,200,000. Clearly one of the highlights of the property is its location. Who needs a formal front yard when Alamo Square is across the street? The 5,693-square foot home has six bedrooms and four and a half baths. Judging by the abidance of home decor, we're going to assume that this isn't a staged job and that the current home owners are still occupying the space. If that's the case, please invite us over for a cocktail. We're seriously obsessed with your Mark Stock painting in the informal dining room. There's also a media room, wine cellar, four fireplaces, a terraced garden and 2-car parking in the garage with interior access.
· 818 Steiner [Redfin]
· No Surface Left Untouched [Curbed SF]