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Mission District Victorian Renovation Stuns to the Tune of $2.5 Million

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A spectacular redo for those who like contemporary sleek; a wistful sigh for those with an eye on the past

Reflection is a dirty word in San Francisco 2016 real estate, and no one is that more evident than in the Mission District. This unapologetic Victorian renovation at 1217 York shows you why.

This 1875 Victorian row house has been completely changed from the way it looked just a couple of years ago when it sold for $1,300,000.

And this dramatic renovation is geared toward those with a desire for what’s hot right now—specifically, 12-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and retractable doors, outdoor terraces with glass wall panels and LED lighting, in-floor radiant heating, and more.

It also comes with three bedrooms, three baths, and 2,299 square feet. Whether or not you love this Mission District home, everyone can agree that the cool-blue facade is downright beautiful.

Asking is $2,500,000