July 05, 2017

2405 Washington St, Pacific Heights

c. 2017
Charles L. Hinkel designed 2,670 square foot gently renovated 6 bedroom 4 bath Stick-Eastlake Victorian built in 1888 (verified, Here Today p. 305). Currently listed for $5.95 million. Last sold for $3.75 million in 2012.

Converted from 3 units to a SFR in 2012 at a cost of $60K: COMBINE 3 UNITS AT 2ND & 3RD FLOOR INTO ONE UNIT. PROVIDE NEW RESIDENTIAL UNIT AT 1ST FLOOR

c. 1976
BROKER BABBLE: Single family home or two legal units with 6 Bed, 4 Bath, 1 car garage and 1 car driveway parking.

Beautifully maintained Victorian teeming with period details lovingly preserved and maintained. Soaring ceilings define the main level with two fireplaces, expansive double parlor, formal dining room, butlers pantry and light filled kitchen.

Upper level has updated master, South facing deck, three additional bedrooms, two baths, office, and two fireplaces. Lower level is a two bed, one bath garden apartment, nanny suite, family room or guest quarters.

This fine block of homes is situated one block from vibrant Fillmore Street shopping, dining, and entertainment situated between Alta Vista and Lafayette Parks.


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