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Noe Valley Victorian asks $3.25 million

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Circa 1906 looker with plenty of style

Photos by Jacob Elliott

Ah Noe Valley, the classic neighborhood for idyllic family living in San Francisco. Provided it’s the sort of family with $3.25 million to drop on a house.

That’s the price for the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, roughly 4,000 square foot house at 318 27th Street, arguably as iconic a specimen of Noe Valley residence as any. Heck, even the site for the listing simply calls itself “Noe Home.”

This pad last sold a decade ago for $2.51 million. Looking at the old photos, it’s clear that the old place (circa 1906) has received a makeover now and then, but the changes aren’t as drastic as other Noe Valley abodes.

The story of old stock real estate in San Francisco’s 21st century residential neighborhoods is usually one of constant remodel, renovation, and rebuilding. (Or just gutting, in the cases of those homeowners who try to fix what isn’t broken.)

This place, on the other hand, has still not sprung for the ubiquitous modern open floor plan, which is a miracle in and of itself, instead still sporting winding hallways across its four floors.

That being said, it has benefitted from new flooring, windows, kitchen, bathrooms, skylights, and more.