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Renovated Liberty Hill Victorian asks $8 million

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Sad, stucco-clad home receives major makeover

Photos by Christopher Stark, courtesy of Compass

Built in 1875, this Victorian atop Liberty Hill was an eyesores over the last few years. Most notably, its stucco facade with a wan paint job, which did little to make it stand proud. But after a recent renovation, this place has returned to splendor with a few contemporary touches added for good measure.

Featuring four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and approximately 4,950 square feet, 38 Liberty has, quite mercifully, failed to fall into the remodel trap. You will find no antiseptic interior walls inside this tony abode. Most impressive is the four-story open stairway lined with oak paneling. Other highlights include a 14-foot custom marble fireplace, skylight that opens to the roof deck, and a newly added garage.

Many of the features are typically found inside homes on the north side of the city—including the price tag. Asking is a whopping $8 million.

  • 38 Liberty [Rafael Acevedo and Joe Marko of Compass]