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Midcentury home in Glen Park asks $1.6 million

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Photos by Paul Rollins, courtesy of Neill Bassi

Perched along the eastern edge of Glen Park, a renovated 1957 home lands on the market this week. A rare treat for any midcentury-modern fan, some purists may cock an eyebrow at a few of the freshened up details.

Featuring three beds, two and a half baths, and roughly 2,040 square feet, 1 Miguel maintains its period roots via wood paneled walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and exposed beams.

While much of the two-story home remains intact, some new elements, like the kitchen and master bath, bring it into contemporary times.

Other highlights include a wraparound deck and a separate in-law unit. The chance to live in a a midcentury home in San Francisco is a rare treat and will, presumably, result in a healthy bidding battle.

Asking is $1,675,000.

Photo by Paul Rollins, courtesy of Neill Bassi