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Quirky Noe Valley Edwardian asks $1.3 million

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Small on rooms, big on charm

Photos courtesy of James Romeo Holloway, Zephyr Real Estate

Set back from the street and prefaced by an overgrown garden, this Noe Valley Edwardian tips its hat to San Francisco’s bohemian past, full of quasi-eclectic interiors minus the clutter and funk sometimes associated with that bygone free-spirt era.

Featuring one bed, one bath, two stories, and 1,010 square feet, 401 28th Street comes with hardwood floors, wood paneling, box-beam and cove ceilings, gallery kitchen with scullery, greenhouse, and a lovely amount of color studding the interiors.

A lovely house ideal for a creative type. Or, as the listing notes, “This house is ready for a new owner to bringing a color palette and imagination, or a contractor for expansion potential.” In other words, complete and total renovation imminent.

Last sol in 1998 for $337,000, it returns to the market asking $1,389,000.