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Lower Pac Heights Victorian cuts $300K from price tag

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Comes with views of Cottage Row

Light blue facade with a garden and trees illuminated by globe lighting dangling from the tree. Photos by Stephen Dewey, courtesy of Ted Bartlett and Tina Bartlett Hinckley of Compass

Nine months after landing on the market for $5.2 million, this Lower Pacific Heights Victorian has pruned $300,000 from its asking price, dropping it down to $4,950,000.


Located one block away from the boutiques of Fillmore Street, this remodeled Lower Pacific Heights abode, located at 2115 Bush, woos passersby with an iron-fenced garden with boxwood hedges, brick walk way, and Victorian facade, all of which get lit up come nightfall with starlight globes dangling from a redwood tree. (A campy touch in an otherwise stuffy neighborhood.)

Inside you will find four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and approximately 3,500 square feet. The double-parlor living room features an illuminated cove ceiling. Marble fireplaces grace the living room, the formal dining room, and the master bedroom. The staircase still has its original wood banister. The rear yard comes with water element, deck, and fire pit. There’s even a screening room.

Note the view of the historic Cottage Row from the home’s upstairs deck.

Asking is $5,250,000, listed throughTed Bartlett and Tina Bartlett Hinckley of Compass.