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Edwardian jewel box home in Pac Heights asks $6.75M

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Built in 1910

It comes with curb appeal to spare.
Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

This post-quake beauty in the heart of Pacific Heights provides a breath of fresh air for those who are tired of Victorian saturation and contemporary overload. Though renovated in recent years and given a colorful interior revamp, this circa-1910 home has a handful of its period roots peeking though.

Featuring five bedrooms, four and one half bathrooms, and 3,915 square feet, 2507 Broadway comes with a wood-burning fireplace, partial bay views; crown molding; a spruced up original facade; a walk-out south-facing patio with exposed brick, a terraced garden, and a little fountain; two south-facing decks, and an attic room.

One must appreciate the tasteful—albeit ever-so-slightly dated—interiors, which feature an array of patterns (dig the black and white striped wallpaper in the foyer and along the staircase) and color. The toile wallpaper in one of the bathrooms is especially delightful and, of course, totally on trend.

Asking is $6,750,000; it’s listed through Janet Schindler of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The entrance leads immediately to the staircase, which takes you to the main living spaces of the house.
Warm and inviting living room.
An all-white kitchen opens up a seemingly otherwise tight space.
Going up?
The master bedroom comes with views of some of the neighborhood’s most stunning homes.
And toile a good night.
A high-gloss interior paint job opens up any room.
A petite but pretty backyard.