February 02, 2017

531 10th Ave, Inner Richmond

3,810 square foot 4 bedroom 3 bath Craftsman with decorative half-timbering and little mullioned transoms that speak of Tudor with a bit of English Arts and Crafts thrown in for good measure. Built in 1911. Last sold for $2.082 million in 2008. Currently valued at about $4 million.

Extensive interior renovations in 2010: Northwest corner is curently a back porch. Project is to reconstruct this area is a 3 story horizontal addition. Lower flr. on the 1st. flr. for legal headroom, create fam. rm., bath, stor. & bedrm., extend kitchen add deck & remodel kitchen on 2nd. flr., rebuild bedrm. & add bath on 3rd. flr. rev. COST: $350K

transom window detail

Back in the day a Sears Craftsman style home could have been yours for a little less!

Modern Home No. 264B187
Two full floors make No. 264B187 an uncommonly large bungalow, suitable for the average family in 1916. Three bedrooms and a bath make up the upper floor, while the requisite living spaces occupy the main floor. The room flow is uncommonly convenient with a central hall connecting the rooms on the main floor instead of the more common circular floor plan. Renamed the Sherburne in later catalogs, it was offered from 1913 to at least 1923 (Antique Home Style)