Smack dab in the heart of San Francisco’s queer neighborhood sits this teal Victorian built in 1902. And its middle unit, a full floor flat, hits the market for a hefty $1,549,000.
Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,421 square feet, 29 Hartford comes with crown moldings, hardwood flooring, bay windows, two fireplaces (one decorative, one gas-burning), and built-ins galore.
While the home’s facade keeps its original vibes intact, the interiors have befitted from a recent revamp, including the kitchen (which now includes, among other things, an electric-blue, pineapple-patterned backslash) and the bathrooms (where the blue hue theme continues).
Also, the light fixtures have all been updated, including the addition of recessed lighting.
And the realtor assures that the building comes with “amazing, friendly neighbors,” which, alas, is a rarity in today’s San Francisco.
HOAs are $352 per month. The listing is through Mark D McHale or Vanguard Properties.