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Lower Pac Heights Victorian asks $3.4 million

San Francisco to the hilt

One block away from tony shops and eateries along Fillmore Street, this Lower Pacific Heights Victorian, built in 1900, has been renovated to reflect recent tastes. White interiors. Marble. chevron tile floor. Brass fixtures. But, blessed be, an antiseptic revamp this is not.

The home’s classic crown moldings, marble fireplace, and floor plan remain as-is. Featuring four beds, three and a half baths, and roughly 2,980 square feet, 1948 Sutter also boasts a curved stairway, amble patio, and high ceilings.

This home has exchanged hands several times over the last two decades, according to Redfin. Asking is $3,400,000.

  • 1948 Sutter [Nina Hatvany, Pacific Union International]

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