The three-story residence at 301 Edgehill Way, built in 1960, ahs remained more or less untouched over the years. Its most notable feature — aside being very secluded and situated at the tippy top of one of the city's 48 hills — is the living room's antler chandelier. (Certainly this predates today's oversaturated animalic trend of wall-mounted horse heads, popular at many mixologists' places of employ.)
Also, huge shout-outs go to both the brick oven and the too-damn-adorable-to-be-removed built-in television.
The entire structure runs around 1,320 square feet, with a bonus 6,000-square-foot wooded lot surrounding it. Obviously, the entire place could use an overhaul, inside and out, bolstering the overall to cost well over one million. Still, anything under a million is noteworthy in San Francisco.
A flipper's or mountain man/woman's dream right here.
(Here's some choice drone footage, too, should the mood strike to look at the abode from high above.)
- 301 Edgehill Way [Dronebase]
- 301 Edgehill Way [Redfin]
- Extreme privacy, panoramic views and a killer antler chandelier all for under $1 million in SF [SFGate]