This shingled home in the tony town of Belvedere has gone though several iterations over the years, featuring an interior that blends contemporary and midcentury styles even thought the home was originally constructed in 1896.
Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,888 square feet, 160 Bayview Avenue, christened Pagoda House due to its distinctive roof, comes with a coved porch, wood beam ceiling, built-in bookcases, sunroom, clawfoot tub, wood-burning fireplaces, and views of San Francisco’s skyline.
The yard also comes with a lovely overgrown garden. And for overnight guests, there’s a detached guest suite with one bath and one bed.
Asking is $1,695,000 through Adam Gavzer of Compass.