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Victorian House + Cottage in Duboce Triangle Asks $3.995M

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After a remodel, it's back on the market with more square footage and a new look

The picturesque, block-long Beaver Street is located in Duboce Triangle, close to the Castro, Duboce Park, and Corona Heights Park. This street is home to an enclave of Victorian homes, including 51 Beaver Street, which just hit the market at $3.995 million.

This isn't a home that's tied to its roots. In other words, save for the exterior, the period detail has been erased in a remodel by, as the listing says, a "high-end SF contractor."

In its place, there's a lot more square footage. When it was sold in 2014 for $2.308 million, it has 1,867 square feet. Today, it has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and a whopping 3,700 square feet (for this neighborhood, that's a large number).

It also has an aesthetic, clean lines, and simple molding you'd find in a modern home. The detached cottage appears to be another modern addition. It has a bedroom, bathroom, study, and wet bar.