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Condo inside pre-quake Edwardian in Duboce Triangle asks $1.9 million

Bottom-floor unit comes with top-drawer price tag

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union Real Estate

Built sometime before the great earthquake of 1906 (home records were destroyed following the fire, which is why most pre-quake homes don’t come with exact dates), this large Edwardian specimen sits at the corner of Waller and Carmelita just off Duboce Park.

A listing inside this old beauty, a ground-floor, three-bed, two-bath, 2,029-square-foot condo, lands on the market this week, and it’s downright adorable.

Located at 99 Carmelita, the unit comes with its original decorative fireplace, crown moldings, ceiling medallions, built-ins, and more. It’s also been jazzed up with some contemporary touches like the new bathroom and eat-in kitchen.

A lovely home in a highly sought-after neighborhood. Speaking of which, asking is $1,949,000.