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Turreted Queen Anne in Bernal Heights asks $2.49M

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Built in 1876

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Zephyr Real Estate

Last sold in 2013 for $1,600,000, this exquisite Queen Anne Victorian in Bernal Heights, replete with a white picket fence and a turret, is now asking $2,495,000. What a difference six years and one gentle renovation makes.

Featuring four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,725 square feet, 364 Crescent sits at the corner of a quiet intersection. Such exposure means it comes with ample amounts of natural sunlight. Situated on a corner also means the house features an exceptionally large lot and front gardens.

Inside you’ll find a home that has been updated as of late—the new kitchen and bathrooms will fit today’s contemporary tastes—but hasn’t gone overboard. Hardwood flooring, wainscoting, crown molding, and ceiling medallions can still be found.

Other highlights include a renovated attic space, turret seating areas, and a fort/”treehouse” in the yard. Downright delightful.

The listing is through Donna Sullivan of Zephyr Real Estate.