A rare spot has opened up at 4 Cottage Row, featuring two bedrooms, one and a half baths, and 1,365-square-feet. The entire single-family home has been updated, with the master suite featuring barn doors, exposed beam ceiling, and plenty of light. (The homes on the historic row are sandwiched together, so an abundance of natural light is huge bonus.)
The lower level makes an ideal living room, office space, or a guest room. The entire house is downright gorgeous.
All that being said, we encourage you to check out the area. It's a unique slice of San Francisco that is vastly underrated, featuring a small dog park that's perfect for your small pooch. The Cottage Row park goes from Sutter to Bush streets between Webster and Fillmore. Muni lines 2, 3, and 22 will drop you right off in front.
Located on the edge of Japantown in the Lower Pac Heights neighborhood, Cottage Row sits on a thin strip of land popular with passersby. Many of the noted Victorian houses have stood there since the 1800s, many of which were built by William Hollis during the late 1860s and 1870s. The buildings, 22 in all, are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The asking price for this bit of history on the market starts out at $1,695,000.