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Envy-inducing Cow Hollow home seeks $13.5 million

Past meets present inside 1908 abode

Sandwiched between Pacific Heights and the Marina lies Cow Hollow, an affluent stretch popular with young professionals and the Soul Cycle set. It’s also home to some of the city’s priciest properties—with good reason. Take, for example, the 1908 specimen at 2624 Green.

Featuring seven bedrooms, four and a half bathroom, and roughly 6,400 square feet, the home has been renovated since it last sold (in 2002) and now comes with new foundation and home elements (e.g., recessed lights, built-in speakers, et al.) that blend with period details like leaded glass, coffered ceilings, windows, and more.

Highlights here include the iron door, ample foyer, and views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Asking is $13,500,000.

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