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Renovated Noe Valley Edwardian asks $5.49M

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Soaring five stories high

Photos courtesy of Compass

According to Redfin, this circa-1910 Edwardian sold in 2012 for $875,000. What a difference eight years, billions of tech dollars flooding a small city, and a dearth of housing make! Today this five-story home returns to the market, renovated in resplendent fashion from studs to ceiling, for a cool $5,495,000.

Featuring four bedrooms, four and one half bathrooms, and 4,395 square feet, 4147 26th Street comes with cathedral ceilings, an open floor plan, glass accordion doors that open onto a patio, a wallpapered elevator, and a loft level with its own private deck.

Of special note are the vertical wood slats that run the length of the staircase. An eye-catching touch that gives the predominately white interiors a much-needed embellishment.

The facade bears a white paint job, popular these days in many San Francisco renovations, as well as a tiered garden. And the garage has room for four cars.

The listing is through Dennis Otto of Compass.

A vertical patten highlights the staircase and landing areas.
Cathedral ceilings open up the living room.
The kitchen with earthy marble backsplash.
Glass doors lead to the multi-tiered patio.
What, your elevator doesn’t come with wallpaper?
The top-floor “loft” level.
The great outdoors should always come with a spiral staircase.