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Corner Excelsior Victorian asks $1.24 million

Originally located in Glen Park, it moved to its current location in 1926

Photos by Kurt Manley of Reflex Imaging. courtesy of David Zimmerman of Pacific Union International

Due to narrow architecture and asymmetry, Victorians don’t get a lot of natural light. Save for one or two room at the front or rear, sunlight gets passed over for length. But not with the rare corner Vic, which allows for maximum light care of one side not bounded by another building.

Take, for example, 101 Maynard, which landed on the market recently.

Featuring three beds, two baths, and 1,530 square feet, 101 Maynard has been renovated recently with an eye toward the contemporary, but still manages to keep some of its period integrity intact.

Another recent addition is the renovated lower au-pair unit with private entrance, which comes with one bedroom, one bath, kitchen and living area.

Of special note: This home, built sometime before the 1906 earthquake, was originally located at 349 Arlington in Glen Park. It was moved to its current locale in 1926.

Asking is $1,249,000.

Au-pair unit.
Au-pair unit.
  • 101 Maynard [David Zimmerman of Pacific Union International]