Property Porn: Don't Let the Victorian Facade Fool You, This Home Is All Modern Inside

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You would think in a city like San Francisco, where Victorian houses are as ubiquitous as skyscrapers are in New York, the 19th century abodes would lose some of their charm. Yet, somehow, they never do—especially when they've undergone a chic modern makeover. 


This particular Victorian encapsulates everything that we love about San Francisco: the classic, colorful exterior with a modern, sleek, and innovative interior. Should you have $3,000,000 lying around, you can bask in 21-foot-high cathedral ceilings and an expansive open floor plan. Each room is pre-wired for audio, and the master bedroom has a secluded balcony that's surrounded by bamboo fences. Hello, zen garden! 

The heart of the house is definitely the kitchen. With an island that seats six and a commercial grade Thermador 6 burner range stove, large capacity dishwasher, and French door refrigerator, this is a kitchen begging to host dinner parties.  Meanwhile, a NYC-esque loft space sits above the kitchen with spectacular skylights, bathing the house in natural light. So, what time are we eating? 

Here are the specs:

Location: 228 Day St, San Francisco

Asking price: $2,398,000

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2.5

Built: 1896

Square Footage: 2370 sq. ft.

//  For more information, please contact Michael Minson at michael@levelupgroupsf.com

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