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Historic Alamo Square Queen Anne Victorian asks $5.6 million

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Circa-1900 stunner located next to the famous ladies

Facade of pea-green Queen Anne Victorian. Photo courtesy of David Bellings, Coldwell Banker

Some days a house comes along that is so handsome, so very San Francisco, that it runs the risk of ruining your day. Fair warning: Today might be that day.

A prized and historic Queen Anne Victorian along Steiner, located across from Alamo Square, one block away from the pastel-hued Painted Ladies, lands on the market this week.

While 850 Steiner been lightly renovated since it last sold in 2010 (netting a wispy $1,265,000), much of its original integrity has been left as-is. Whew.

Original details in this five-bed, four-and-a-half-bath, 4,125-square-foot home include a turreted bay, coffered ceiling in the entry foyer, plaster corbels, original stained glass, and light fixtures.

New features include remodeled kitchen, flooring, and baths.

The lower level of this home has been used as a short-term Airbnb rental over the years, but the top floors used as a primary residence of the owner.

Asking is $5,650,000.