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Heartbreakingly beautiful Hayes Valley Victorian seeks $2.9 million

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Located next to a mini park and garden

Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

Some days a house comes along that’s so exquisite, and yet so elusive at its price point, that it runs the risk of ruining one’s day. Today is that day. Our sincerest apologies.

Featuring five bedrooms, two and two half bathrooms, and 3,625 square feet, 273 Page is near perfection. From the detailed facade and porch lamps on the outside to the intact crown moldings and staircase banister inside, this circa-1900 home is a treat for any Victoriana buff.

Other highlights here include four fireplaces, a bonus outdoor studio, an elevator, archways, an expansive parlor room, and a second-floor alcove that’s nothing short of darling.

This home has benefitted from a handful of updates, including a new kitchen, light fixtures, and a deck. It also comes with wall-to-call carpeting throughout the second floor, which could prove contentious for some. (The carpeting debate, an issue best left for a later date, is a most fiery one.)

Did we mention that the home borders the exceedingly charming Page and Laguna mini park? It does. Not only will the owner of this darling Vic get immediate access to a park and garden, they will benefit from sunlight gracing the western side of this pricey abode.

Asking is $2,995,000.

Update: As mentioned in the comments, this was also the onetime home of the Zen Hospice Project, which closed this year due to lack of donations.

  • 273 Page [Gregg Lynn, Sotheby’s International Realty]