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Renovated Presidio Heights home asks $4.7 million

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Circa 1940s home takes a contemporary turn

Photo by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Nina Hatvany of Pacific Union

Presidio Heights is one of San Francisco’s lowkey best neighborhoods. After all, who needs proximity to overcrowded Dolores Park when you can have a national park one block away from your abode?

Take, for example, 3325 Jackson, the circa-1940 home, a few steps from the Presidio, has been recently renovated with an eye toward minimalism.

Coming in at four beds, four and a half baths, and 3,445 square feet, the house comes with a semi-curved staircase, designer fixtures, dark hardwood flooring, and a sundry of assorted elements often found inside contemporary updates.

Of note: The master bedroom’s new design features a Saitowitiz-like bathroom configuration—i.e., the bed and bath are separated by a large glass sliding door. And the house is set back from the street providing a touch more tranquility on an already quiet street.

Asking is $4,795,000.