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Circa-1896 Queen Anne in Eureka Valley asks $2.9 million

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Renovated Victorian keeps an eye on the past

Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

Studied and admired by both historians and Victorian fans—not to mention featured in Carol Olwell and Judith Waldhorn’s A Gift to the Street—this Queen Anne specimen at 3845 21st Street is a treat to behold. In addition to benefitting from a recent renovation, this home also maintains some of its original period charm.

Let’s start with the facade, which still shows off its spindle work, gables, flashed glass attic windows. Once inside, you can can still see the original yet spruced up built-ins, plasterwork, and ceiling medallions prominently featured in the double parlor. New touches inside the three-story home include a kitchen, the bathrooms, and an attic converted into a sunroom/hideaway.

What’s more, the rear yard has also been revamped to include a deck, brick patio, and fruit trees and herbs shrubs. Delightful.

It comes with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and 2,295 square feet.

Asking is $2,985,000.