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Painted Ladies' Corner Sister Hits the Market (Again)

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If you've got an extra $4M laying around and love tourists taking photos of your house, the Painted Ladies' corner sister has hit the market again. Back in 2010 722 Steiner was listed for just a dollar under $4M, but without any bites it was price chopped down to $3.799M, only to eventually be taken off the market. The 5BR/4.5BA mansion was built in 1892 by Matthew Kavanagh, who's also responsible for the rest of the very famous block. The house has been acting as a rental space for years, so it's been well maintained and still has a lot of its historic features - think grand staircases, fireplaces, crown moulding, the works. The kitchen has been updated, but the bathrooms still have tons of original swanky flair. According to the listing, there's also a 1BR apartment on the lower level overlooking the garden. The house is part of the Alamo Square Historic District and requires Historic Preservation Commission approvals for certain work, so potential buyers should keep that in mind if they're dreaming up any changes. · 722 Steiner Street, San Francisco [Redfin]
· Previous Coverage of 722 Steiner [Curbed SF]