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Arts and Crafts abode in Pacific Heights asks $4.49M

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Built in 1908

The home’s facade features wood shingles and a pitched roof.
Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty

Even in your wildest daydreams, you can’t imagine purchasing a house in San Francisco, let alone Pacific Heights. But let’s dive into some major fantasy anyway, with the hope of coming through it resentment-free.

Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2721 Pierce, a circa-1908 Arts and Crafts affair, is spread out across three floors. Inside you’ll find interiors still bearing the home’s original wood and brick work. The foyer is especially delightful care of a wood-burning fireplace, a reading nook (also known as an inglenook), and the landing of a grand staircase.

Recently renovated spaces include the kitchen and bathrooms, all of which now come with marble countertops. The bathrooms even have clawfoot tubs, because, really, it would be criminal here not to have them.

And while not a corner home, 2721 Pierce is located next door to a building set back from the street, so it gets all of the benefits (i.e., more natural light) of a corner house without any of the drawbacks (street traffic, lookie-loos peering in your windows).

Finally, the tiered garden made up of brick, stone, verdant shrubbery, and flower beds is a welcoming sight to behold.

Asking is $4,495,000. The listing is through Annie Williams of Sotheby’s International Realty.