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.
- 99 Carmelita [Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union Real Estate]