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Renovated Pacific Heights Edwardian asks $6.5 million

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Shingled home in the city’s toniest neighborhood comes with views of the bay

Shingled facade of 1904 home. Photo by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Nina Hatvany

This turn-of-the-century Edwardian in Pacific Heights is an intricate, stately affair. Replete with a shingled facade, its warm and woody exterior belies the open and bright interiors waiting inside.

Coming in at five beds, four and a half baths, and 4,058 square feet, 2830 Buchanan features hardwood floors, formal dining room with coffered ceiling, custom-made furniture, elevator, and more.

The real treat here is the top-floor master bedroom. In addition to vaulted ceilings, it comes with a custom large glass atrium overlooking a Juliet balcony. The room has an indoor/outdoor European feel. Dreamy. Also of note, the ideal office space just down the hall.

Asking is $6,500,000.