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Renovated Rockridge Craftsman asks $1.89 million

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Comes with wood detailing and skylights

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Red Oak Realty

Renovations can be a fearful, fury-inducing thing. More often than not they obliterate a home’s integrity. One look at San Francisco’s Victorian flips will have you running for the hills. But sometimes, there are a handful of overhauls that seem to get it right.

This craftsman in Rockridge being one choice example.

Revamped and expanded 11 years ago by Jarvis Architects, 6003 Auburn comes with wood detailing galore from its original 1908 build date, as well as new (circa 2007) elements like bathrooms, kitchen, skylights, and more.

The home has four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and 2,772 square feet, plus an office space on the third floor that could double as small bedroom. Don’t forget the yard with wood deck and hot tub.

Last sold for $1,800,000 in 2007, it returns to the market asking $1,895,000.