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Victorian condo in Pac Heights asks $2.9M

Remodeled 1890 Queen Anne keeps an eye on the past

Photos courtesy of Rebecca Hoffman

Once behind the detailed facade of this circa-1890 Victorian, you’ll find a renovated condo that, blessedly, takes full advantage of its space—specifically, the vaulted ceilings have been exposed to reveal the full potential of this top-floor Pac Heights home.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and approximately 2,555 square feet, 2515 Sacramento comes with revamped kitchen and baths, but also maintains much of its integrity. The original entryway staircase banister, crown moldings, fireplace, and ceiling medallions are still there.

Arguably, the most eye-catching elements are the opened ceiling, which gives the front of the home a loft-like vibe, and the staircase leading to a converted attic room. Also of grave importance: the new skylights studded throughout the living and dining rooms.

In all, one of the lovelier (and pricey) Vic condos we’ve seen in some time. Asking is $2.900,000.