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Quintessential Edwardian Flat in Nob Hill Seeks $1.195M

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A quintessential San Francisco Edwardian flat has come onto the market asking $1.195 million. The 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,300-square-foot condo is located on Mason Street right between California and Pine streets, but despite the California Street boundary rule we're placing this abode in Nob Hill—it's across the street from the Mark Hopkins and half a block from the Pacific Union Club, how much more Nob Hill can you get? The unit is a full-floor flat, and has been updated while still staying true to its original Edwardian charm. There are working fireplaces (yes, plural), wainscoting, hardwood flooring throughout, and modern amenities like in-unit laundry and a dishwasher in the kitchen. The home has been professionally decorated, and if you're digging the furniture it's possible to include it in the purchase of the property. Monthly HOA dues are $350 and there's one-car parking available for an additional $350 per month.
· 821 Mason [Redfin]