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Renovated Lower Pac Heights Victorian asks $1.59M

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Revamped San Francisco staple keeps an eye on the past

Photos courtesy of Tanja Beck and Scott Rose, Zephyr Real Estate

Built sometime before 1901 (the listing pegs the year at 1900, a blanket date given to most San Francisco Victorians after the 1906 earthquake and fire consumed almost all city records), this Lower Pacific Heights specimen has curb appeal to spare.

Recently renovated to accommodate the taste of today’s newly minted homebuyers, the home still manages to maintain some of its original integrity.

Featuring three beds and two baths, 2911 Bush comes with new additions like a chef’s kitchen with island and bar seating, expanded rooms, lighting, and flooring, all of which pair nicely with the abode’s few remaining Victorian accents—e.g., crown moldings and double parlor-style living room.

There’s also a separate in-law downstairs with one bed and one bath.

Asking is $1,595,000.

  • 2911 Bush [Tanja Beck and Scott Rose, Zephyr Real Estate]