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Contemporary Noe Valley renovation seeks $3.7 million

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Now comes with soaring ceilings and an architectural staircase

What once was a homey Victorian-era traditional home in Noe Valley has transformed into a gleaming new construction for the moneyed set.

Purchased in 2016 for a tidy $1,850,000, today’s the Dumican Mosey Architects-redesinged home is asking almost triple. So let’s dive in and see if there’s any cause for handwringing en masse.

Featuring four beds and three baths, 4261 23rd Street comes with new everything inside-out.

Soaring 15-foot ceilings skylights, three beds on one level, Walker Zanger tile, sliding pocket doors, oak hardwood floors, radiant heat, floor-to-ceiling windows, and curved architectural staircase are just a few of the newfangled elements found inside this pricey abode.

While Curbed SF readers normally frown upon dramatic makeovers to classic homes, this new home is most certainly (*takes deep breath*) an improvement of its former self.

Asking is $3,795,000.