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San Francisco Home With Secret Library On The Market For $3.8 Million

 Rebekah Gonzalez |

A San Francisco home with a charming secret library just hit the market. This is the first time it’s up for sale in 23 years.

According to KRON, the English Tudor-style home was built in the 1920s. Throughout the years it became known for grand parties with San Francisco’s Opera members.

The previous owner was an antique violin dealer and musician who worked with the Opera.

In addition to the secret library, the home features a 500 square-foot living room, a remodeled kitchen with commercial-grade appliances, a game room, wine storage, and a large patio.

The lavish home is located at 146 Castenada Avenue in one of the most desirable blocks in Forest Hill, according to Compass realtors.

The house is currently listed for $3,795,000, according to KRON.