Though it looks like a typical pile o' shingles from the street, the Edwardian at 2336 Lake is, quite possibly, where a decent portion of SF's wood trim and wainscoting has been hiding—potentially balancing out all those soulless flips (but not quite). Built in 1914, the home is packed with wood craftsmanship as far as the eye can see—in the moldings, paneling, trim, floors, stairs, built-ins. The property, which has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,680 square feet of space, last sold in 2002 for $1,737,500. In the modern kitchen and upstairs, things transition to typical contemporary white finishes, though in the upstairs family room, some thinly beamed ceilings call back to the rest of the house. Sadly, that section of the home is carpeted, but considering the rest of the place it's a small sacrifice.
· 2336 Lake St [Redfin]
· Flipping Out Archives [Curbed SF]