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Return to ’90s elegance inside this Russian Hill townhouse

All that and a bag of chips

Exterior of salmon pink townhouse in Russian Hill Photos via Redfin, courtesy of Alain Pinel Realtors

In a sea of untouched Victorians and antiseptic renovations, how refreshing it is to see a luxe abode brimming with unabashed late ’80s/early ’90s glamour. From the salmon pink facade to the wedding-cake tiered bandstand at the foot of the carpeted staircase, this townhouse at the Lombardia has a particular beauty we haven’t seen in well over two decades.

Since it first sold in 1990, the date of this Russian Hill building’s completion, it returns to the market this week.

Featuring five beds, four baths, and 3,111 square feet, this three-level townhouse on storied Lombard Street, one block before the famous crooked strip, is accessible on all levels via staircase or elevator.

What’s most eye-snatching about this home are the interiors—the window dressings of yore, the aforementioned staircase, and the floral print wallpaper in the bedrooms and bathroom are downright dreamy. (Do take note of the matching bed linens and ottoman in one of the bedrooms.)

HOAs come to a staggering $2,144/month. Asking is $3,500,000.