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Renovated Cow Hollow Beaux-Arts home seeks $10.9 million

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Comes with elevator and roof deck

Photos courtesy of Janet Feinberg Schindler, Sotheby’s

Update, March 6: Asking price has dropped to 10.9 million.

Selected as the winner of the 2017 HGTV People's Pick Award for inspired interior design (kudos, Brooke Wagner!), this Cow Hollow property, dating back to 1910, will set you back seven figures.

Coming in at six beds, five baths, and roughly 6,400 square feet, all three stories of 2230 Green have been recently renovated. New details, which pair nicely with the Beaux-Arts bones, include revamped coffered ceilings, chef’s kitchens (two of them, in fact), bathrooms, open-floor spaces, and more.

But an antiseptic renovation this is not. Some of the home’s historic touches, like the French-inspired windows or the formal dining room’s built-ins, remain intact. Of particular note: the marble fireplace in the living room and the brick fireplace in the den.

With an asking price of seven figures, you do get an elevator reaching all three floors, as well as a roof deck.

Alas, it does not come with a grand, sweeping staircase. (Unfortunate is the multi-million-dollar home that doesn’t come with a staircase allowing for an entrance a la Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face.)

No matter, it’s still one of the city’s finest abodes. Asking is $11,550,000.

2230 Green [Janet Feinberg Schindler, Sotheby’s]