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Edwardian Mission-Dolores Condo, Mixing New and Old, Asks for $1.4 Million

Sigh

Few places in San Francisco are as coveted as the sweet spot of Mission Dolores. And while the neighborhood's cache and allure has been arguably tarnished over the last couple of years — what with wildfire gentrification and home prices impossible to keep at bay — it's still a perfectly lovely spot right in the heart of the city. This Edwardian condo, tucked away at 25 Cumberland, is one reason why this hood is still so wonderful.

The Edwardian style condo features three bedrooms, one and a half baths, and 1,307 square feet. It's the kind of apartment you might have partied in back in the '90s (replete with Christmas lights pinned to the wall and a keg of cheep beer in the kitchen), but has now been updated with a contemporary feel while maintaining much of its original character.

While the kitchen and bathrooms have been updated (but drool over that vintage stove, please), the living room still features wood paneling, a glorious box-beam ceiling, and built-in cabinetry. This condo also boasts two wood burning fireplaces.

One can't look at this gem without sighing. It's lovely yet brings to mind many different versions of San Francisco.

Also, it's at street level and within walking distance of all the gourmet ghetto trappings — e.g., Bi-Rite, Delfina, Tartine, et al.

Asking price begins at $1,395,000.

25 Cumberland [TheoCloud]