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Top-floor Eureka Valley pad with skylights galore asks $1.89M

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It comes with an elevator

The small door to the left, not the middle staircase entrance, leads to the top-floor home.
Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

Located up 18th Street at the border of Eureka Valley and the Castro sits this renovated two-unit building constructed sometime during the turn of the last century. And the top-floor penthouse-esque home, rarely on the market, is up for grabs for a cool $1.895 million.

Featuring three bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, and roughly 1,750 square feet, 4658 18th Street PH comes with a living room with stately fireplace and a crown of skylights giving this top-floor home a real penthouse feel.

French doors from the living room lead to a deck with cityscape views. Stairs from the kitchen take you to a roof deck with views of Twin Peaks and the bay.

Stairs and elevator whisk you up to the main entrance.

All of the bedrooms can be found on the top floor: The master bedroom comes with its own fireplace, while additional skylights and a small deck can be found in another smaller bedroom.

The home was originally built as a single-family home, but later revamped from studs to ceiling into a two-unit place. Hey, any addition, no matter how small the number, is a good thing when it comes to San Francisco’s sparse housing stock.

The listing is through Callum Hutchins of Sotheby’s International Realty.

A grand living room with fireplace and French doors leading to outdoor terrace.
The kitchen decked out in shades of gray.
The master bedroom.
Another bedroom.
The rooftop deck with views of Sutro Tower atop Twin Peaks.