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Renovated circa-1906 Parkside home asks $1.59M

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Blue beauty for blue-blood bank account

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Tower Properties

Completely renovated from the studs up, this Parkside home last sold in 2014 for only—only!—$475K, according to Redfin. What a difference five years in San Francisco’s real estate market makes.

Featuring four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 2,190 square feet, 2546 28th Avenue comes with a standout jewel blue paint job on the shingled facade. But once inside, the vivid hues come to a stop, with bright white interiors taking over and opening up the space. Hardwood flooring, built-news, and a newly expanded and a converted attic space (with two bedrooms and a bath) highlight this transformed circa-1906 home.

Color comes back into the game outside in the yard, a newly landscaped terraced garden scheme with poppies, lilies, and other assorted flora.

The home reaches across three levels, with the bottom floor having a separate kitchen of its own.

Asking is $1,595,000 through Peter Koenig of Tower Properties.