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.