A commanding brick home on Fulton, right across the street from Golden Gate Park, has just hit the market asking $2.295 million. The perfectly preserved four-bedroom house was built in 1925 and still retains its formal dining room, touches of stained glass, and a big tiled fireplace. The interiors are flooded with light from big, double-paned windows, and a grand staircase anchors the entryway. The kitchen has been fairly recently remodeled, but the house generally feels as if it's undergone a few gentle updates rather than a complete overhaul.
The home's brick facade feels more East Coast than San Francisco, as does its brick patio out back. The views, however, are pure San Francisco, with Presidio vistas and glimpses of the Golden Gate Bridge. There is a garage with parking for one car, a spot for another car in the driveway, and a landscaped garden out front. The patio looks perfect for entertaining, as does a large family room with a wet bar that opens up to the backyard.
· 2638 Fulton Street [Official Site]