This Lower Pacific Heights Italianate Victorian, built sometime around 1900 (Note: Many city records were destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire, so most Vics in SF now come with the turn-of-the-century year marker), lands on the market for $3.995 million.
Featuring three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms over 3,445 square feet, 2250 Bush comes with many of its period details intact, including most of its original layout, decorated archways, crown moldings, ceiling medallions, and—most thrilling of all—the original oval-shaped skylight above the main staircase. You love to see it, literally.
This three-story home has been remodeled in recent years, using a lighter touch compared to many Victorian renovations out there. New highlights here include an expanded eat-in kitchen with blue cabinetry and a kitchen island big enough to sleep on (don’t do that), a powder room with a floor-to-ceiling mirror, an out-of-the-way wet bar underneath the staircase, and a library with fireplace and rolling ladder.
Be sure to check out the master bedroom’s expanded bathroom with a clawfoot tub and a closet the size of some Tenderloin studios.
At the top of the home you’ll now find a newfangled outdoor terrace, replete with glass barriers (to keep SF’s blustery winds out), a hot tub, patio seating, heater, shower, and its very own kitchen.
The listing is through Nina Hatvany of Compass.