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Urban villa in the Marina asks $5.1 million

Italianate gem on Francisco Street astounds with color, details, and price tag

Exterior of gorgeous Marina condo, top floor. Photos via Pacific Union

Billed as a Italianate urban villa in the Marina, a bonkers two-floor flat landed on the market today with an equally bonkers asking price.

Boasting four beds, three baths, and 3,256 square feet, architectural details inside 1563 Francisco include hardwood floors, historical light fixtures from the San Francisco Opera House, and ornate crown moldings.

It also features wood burning fireplaces, three French doors with Palladian windows that open out onto three wrought iron Juliette balconies, roof deck, greenhouse, elevator, and manicured yard.

Do take note of the bathrooms that still bear some of their original tile work.

HOAs come to $840. Asking is $5,150,000.