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No Wall Untouched For Opulent Pacific Heights Condo

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Dear readers, how many finishes is too many finishes? Because this 3-bed, 2-bath, 2,005 square foot condo in Pacific Heights certainly has plenty. The building was designed in 1911 by San Francisco architect Arthur Laib, Let's talk interior details: the hardwood floors have inlays, there's wainscoting and those beveled glass doors and windows are original. As is the beamed ceiling. If a wall isn't covered with ornate wood carvings or beveled glass, then it's got some type of geometric design painted onto it. A good example would be what we assume is the master suite. That's a lot of yellow stripes. The condo was recently "designer expanded and remodeled for today's lifestyle," which means that the kitchen is sleek and has new and shiny stainless steel appliances. Asking price? $1,599,000.
· 3139 Jackson [Redfin]
· Laib, Arthur Joseph [Encyclopedia of San Francisco]