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Ashbury Heights Queen Anne Mansion Hits the Market

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1450 Masonic has just hit the market, and Queen Anne mansion has lots of swagger. Built in 1891 (not 1900 as the real estate listing states), it has lots of flashy ornamentation like a Richardsonian arched entry porch and Moorish turret. The insides were majorly renovated a little over a decade ago, but it still retains some of its historic flair, like herringbone wood floors, stained glass windows, and a killer wood staircase. The bathrooms read a little 2002-glamour (so much marble!), but we're willing to overlook them for the multiple roof decks. The 6,000 square foot, 6-bed, 5.5-bath has a one car garage and two parking pads, as well as a three-room in-law/au pair suite with kitchenette, and is listed at $5,995,000. Even though it's not a local landmark, the house is considered historic by the Planning Department, so future buyers should be aware of that when contemplating any changes. · 1450 Masonic Avenue, San Francisco [Redfin]