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Renovated Hayes Valley Victorian, with black-and-white facade, seeks $4.75M

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It comes with plenty of natural light

Reimagined facade now features black and white with gold trim.
Photos courtesy of Compass

Originally built sometime before the great earthquake of 1906—city records date the house to 1900, the placemark given to many Victorians whose records were lost in the century-old fire—this Hayes Valley Vic has been reimagined from the studs to the roof. The price? A cool $4,750,000.

But with that hefty price tag comes an extensive renovation in one of the city’s most sought-after locales.

Featuring four bedrooms, three and two half baths, and 3,300 square feet, 537-537A Grove boasts an entirely new look inside and out. The floor plan has been revamped to match today’s contemporary tastes. Details here include oak flooring, cable railing accenting the staircase, radiant heating, an open kitchen with a refreshing dash of color (in this case teal, a trend we hope to see more of), and plenty of natural light.

One of the top-floor bedrooms (the home has three floors, to be exact) comes with its own private outdoor patio. And there’s even a lower-level deck for homebuyers looking for al fresco space.

High-end amenities aside, this abode sits in a primo location, one block away from Patricia’s Green and the many boutiques and eateries along Hayes Street. Not too shabby.

Also of note, there’s an empty lot behind it ready for development for an extra $2 million. (Hello, ADUs!)

The listing is through Suzan Reily of Compass.

The ground floor comes with a kitchenette, bedroom, and family room with outdoor deck.
The main living room located next to the kitchen.
Massive cable railing screen adds a bit of design flair.
Dig in.
Bay windows highlight the formal dining area.
The home’s many skylights, like the one on the top-floor landing, provide heaps of sunlight.
A quiet moment in the private outdoor patio.