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Rare single-family Nob Hill home asks $1.7 million

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Tucked away 1911 abode receives contemporary makeover

While San Francisco is home to many detached single-family houses (in neighborhoods like the Mission, the Sunset, West Portal, and more), it’s uncommon to find one in tony Nob Hill.

But at the end of a cul-de-sac at 3 McCormick, an unusual 1911 single-family home landed on the market. And its nondescript facade reveals very little about the contemporary gem found inside.

Coming in at two beds and two baths, this hidden home boasts 1,496 square footage. Little of its 1911 appearance remain, save for the facade.

Renovated over the last few years, it comes with popular trimmings of today—tile floors, recessed lighting, wood, floor to ceiling windows.

Of particular interest is the back patio, which comes with a glorious amount of foliage, giving this home a peaceful vibe even though it’s smack dab in the heart of the city.

Asking is $1,795,000.