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Alamo Square Queen Anne Victorian asks $4.1 million

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Circa-1895 home mixes old and new

Photos by Paul Rollins Photography, courtesy of Neill Bassi at Sotheby’s

Built in 1895 for contractor John J. Dowling and designed by architects Havens and Toepke Architects (Flatiron Building at 540 Market), this Queen Anne across from Alamo Square is a treat. But it wasn’t always that way.

According to SFGate, the home’s 2003 owners purchased the property when it was “unlivable and had no kitchen, bathrooms, garage or front staircase.” After renovating the property for five years, it’s turned into a glorious Vic specimen, with some of its original details refurbished and intact.

Featuring five beds, four baths, and 4,055 square feet, 925 Fulton comes with a Newel post light at the base of the stairs, wainscoting, ceiling medallions, and brass hardware.

Contemporary flourishes mix with of-the-era details, like new kitchen and baths. Gorgeous. Overall, just downright gorgeous.

Asking is $4,180,000.