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A Little Piece of Victorian Splendor Off Duboce Park Asks $1.395M

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This sweet condo has it all: Painted-Lady style, the right amount of modern touches, and a location just steps away from one of SF's most beloved parks.

Many San Franciscans love Duboce Park and Victorian architecture, so put them together and you have a winning combo.

This top-floor condo at 104 Pierce Street isn't one of the large Painted Ladies, but it has 1,540 square feet and lots of architectural detail—including original fireplace mantels and surrounds, curved bay windows, lots of period molding, and built-in cabinetry.

That's not to say there aren't contemporary touches, including a sleek and modern kitchen.

Just as appealing is the location. At the corner of Pierce and Waller, it's just a block from the park. The new owners will be able to see dogs frolicking on the park's grassy green expanse from the front windows, as well as the other Victorians that line Pierce Street. The price for the three-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is $1.395 million.