Though San Francisco Planning ostensibly frowns upon reduction of housing stock, we’ve been seeing many two-become-one instances as of late hit the market. Curious. Take, for example, the following mammoth Edwardian in the pricey and petite Lake District neighborhood.
Once a two-unit building, purchased in 2015 for a cool $2,300,000, this circa-1909 home has since been overhauled into a single-family home. Only the facade reveals its Edwardian heritage. Inside it’s contemporary all the way.
Featuring four beds, three and a half baths, and an ample 4,025 square feet, 138-140 Eighth Avenue now comes with an open floor plan, gorgeous roof deck, new hardwood flooring, skylights, and a freshly landscaped backyard.
So much room one could adopt large three dogs to live here comfortably. Glorious.
Asking is $4,496,000.
- 138-140 Eighth Avenue [Chris O’Connor, Pacific Union]
- Lake District [Curbed SF]