Classically renovated Victorian in Dolores Heights asks $3.4 Million

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Lovers of steep San Francisco streets, iconic Victorian styling, and sunny days at Dolores Park—this one's for you.

Built in 1897, the 3,115-square-foot Liberty Street dame is dressed in pale blue with sweet white trimmings, but inside she's a thoroughly modern babe. Renovated in 2008, the home's original period details mingle with fresh amenities.


You could think of this house as fancy in the front with the party in the back, where the formal living and dining rooms at front have all the intricate moldings of Victorian styling, while the more casual kitchen and entertaining space at back has cleaner lines and sleek appointments.The scene on the main level is set for entertaining, dominated by the dining and living areas, a sun-soaked family room, and kitchen with breakfast nook that looks out onto a tiered garden with fruit trees and a patio.Upstairs, four bedrooms sit beneath the geometric roof and are filled with light—the two bedrooms at back open onto a balcony overlooking the wooded backyard, while the master suite has views of the city. The master has a bit of lavishness in its walk-in closet and soaking tub. Do your laundry and stash your muddy hiking boots and car in the flexible bottom level with garage.

Location: 545 Liberty St. (Castro)

Size: 3,115 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Asking price: $3,395,000

// For more information, visit vanguardproperties.com.

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