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Hillsborough midcentury built by Bob Steiner reduces price by $345K

This relatively untouched gem on the Peninsula dazzles

Built by noted Bay Area architect Bob Steiner in 1958, this Hillsborough midcentury landed on the market in September for the first time in 58 years. It has since reduced its asking price by a cool $345,000.

Details: two-bedroom, two-bath, 2,680-square-feet single-story, flat-top home comes with parquet floors, wood paneling, and floor to ceiling windows. It also sits perched above a creek and the living room boasts excellent views of the lush green nature lurking outside.

While key elements of its period remain intact, it’s been updated to feature contemporary touches like white walls and new appliances. And while we dig the mirrored bathroom storage, the bath and shower could use a refresh.

Asking is now $3,150,000.