Karen Gould’s listing at 2300 Divisadero featured in SF Gate
January 23, 2018
Walk-through: Elegance abounds in TIC previously renovated by Dumican Mosey Architects
Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough
Address: 2300 Divisadero St., San Francisco
Asking price: $3.2 million
Description: Early American woodwork blends with contemporary conveniences in this three-bedroom tenancy-in-common home renovated by Dumican Mosey Architects in 2012. Herringbone-pattern hardwood floors, Corinthian columns and soaring ceilings are found in the residence set in the corner of an Edwardian building with Arts and Crafts elements.
The chef’s kitchen includes a leather banquette that seats six, a Thermador range and marble counters with waterfall edges, as well as a built-in coffee machine. The dining room features a marble-topped buffet and the media room includes a built-in desk. Learn more at www.2300divisaderostreet.com.
Don’t miss: The master suite. Home to a sitting area, wool carpet and a walk-in closet, the owner’s suite also includes a spa bathroom with a frameless glass shower, a freestanding soaking tub and a floating dual vanity.
Square feet: 2,450
For more information: Karen Mendelsohn Gould, Pacific Union Real Estate, (415) 871-1597, email@example.com
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