January 26, 2017

2106 Baker St, Pacific Heights

3,790 square foot 4 bedroom 3.5 bath gently renovated Stick-Eastlake Victorian built in 1890. Currently listed for $5.995 million. Last sold for $3.6 million in 2001.

Rear garden
BROKER BABBLE: Located in the heart of Pacific Heights, this Italianate style Victorian has been thoughtfully remodeled with spacious, open rooms and impressive scale.

Extensively updated from 2000-2001, this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is spread out over three levels and encompasses approximately 3,790 square feet with 10.5′ ceilings crowning the main and upper levels and 13.5′ ceilings above the lower level.

A true family home, this property includes a large 4-car garage and delightful rear yard with both hardscape and mature plantings.

In 2001, the house was raised nearly 5 feet to accommodate a new garage. Cost was $300K. There are no photos of the bathrooms - not a good sign. A permit review does not reveal any recent bathroom renovations. At this price point and for whatever it's worth, remodeling 3.5 bathrooms in San Francisco can be expensive.

A San Francisco bath remodel including taking out the tile, replacing the tub and updating the plumbing can cost upwards of $30K and as much as $50K depending on finishes.

IN the spirit of full disclosure, why not just show what the bathrooms look like?



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