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Dignified downtown single-family home asks $3.1 million

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Circa-1913 stunner comes with original period details

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Pacific Union International

Located near the border of Nob Hill, this abode is a rare quail: a single-family home located in downtown San Francisco. It also comes with pedigree to boot.

Built in 1913 and designed by architect Frederick Herman Meyer (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Key System Building), 718 Pine is a townhouse-style home with four levels, three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and 2,805 square feet. Highlights here include intact hardwood floors, original moldings and wainscoting, balcony, and leaded glass windows.

There are also upgrades to spare, including new kitchen, baths, rear deck, and master bedroom closet that’s practically an entire dressing room.

Asking is $3,195,000.

  • 718 Pine [Alan Morcos, Pacific Union International]