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Inner Mission apartment inside 1889 Victorian seeks $1.69M

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It comes with period details galore

Although it’s not much to look at from the outside—this Victorian facade has been protected-slash-saddled with horizontal wood paneling—the interior of this top-floor tenancy-in-common is so utterly gorgeous that it’s almost worth its mind-bending asking price.

Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,057 square feet, 707 Capp comes with bay windows, 12-foot ceilings, stained glass window, pocket doors, moldings, medallions and corbels, and wainscoting. These period details, still mercifully present, fit nicely with the home’s newer elements, like the refinished oak hardwood floors and the light fixtures.

The kitchen is also newish, there’s a dining room with decorative fireplace, and the sunroom at the end of the apartment is an ideal space for an office or pet room.

The building is located on a historic block lined with other Victorians developed by Baroness Mary Ellen von Schroeder.

Asking is $1,695,000, listed through David Ayerdi of Sotheby’s International Realty.

A long wooden staircase leads to the landing.
Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty
A stunning bay window allows for heaps of natural light in the living room.
One of four bedrooms.
A new light fixture jazzes up the dining room.
A place in the sun.
The stained glass window features the home’s address.
The exterior.