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Bonkers Pacific Heights Edwardian renovation asks $7.49 million

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Wood you?

Rebuilt from the foundation up between 2004-2008, this circa 1904 Pacific Heights renovation is for lovers of rich wood accents. No, seriously. It is drenched in wood. Dark, glorious wood. Save for a bedroom and the bottom-floor studio, nary a blistering white wall to be seen.

In all, the home is a refreshing sight to behold.

Coming in a five beds, four and a half baths, and 4,058 square feet, 2830 Buchanan sits perched on a steep street in the tony neighborhood.

Four floors feature four fireplaces (in the living room, master bed, dining room, and kitchen/family area), two decks, walk-in closets, elevator serving all levels, and more.

While the house might come off too eerie, a touch too Flowers in the Attic for fans of antiseptic redos—the entire structure begs for a Halloween ouija board party—it could be a delight for purists. Or for those simply tired of open-floor plans, et al.

Asking is $7,495,000.