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Edwardian renovation in Lake District seeks $4.4 million

Former glory seeks to double its price

Exterior of large and gorgeous Edwardian Photos via Pacific Union

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.