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Extreme Noe Valley Victorian renovation asks 4.29 million

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Maximalists might cringe, but minimalists will coo at this cool, austere abode

Kicking the week off we offer you what could be a polarizing renovation over in Noe Valley.

The patient: a 1901 Victorian at 4348 23rd Street

The procedure: de rigueur antiseptic open-floor reconfiguration

Prognosis: people will either love or hate it, but we’re not sure it will sell for over its bonkers asking price

Billed as combing "sophistication and glamour," this classic Vic has been completely remodeled inside and out, with the facade being the only thing signifying its Victorian heritage.

Inside we’ve got clean lines, bright interiors, and a dreamy natural white Quartz stone wall flanking the new staircase. Today’s most popular, albeit a touch oversaturated, trends can be found here—wood accents galore, sleek wallpaper, and (grrr) the continued use of the vessel sink. It features four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and 3,408 square feet.

Outside you will find a manicured garden space, replete with concrete and a whimsical patch of grass.

Sold in 2015 for $1,435,000, it’s now asking $4,295,000.