1890 Reimagined Victorian Italianate Asks $6.5M in San Francisco, California

1890 Reimagined Victorian Italianate Asks $6.5M in San Francisco, California

$6,500,000 | Built 1890 | 3,980 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.07 Acres
4258 26th Street, San Francisco, California, 94131 United States

Originally constructed in 1890, this spectacular San Francisco home has been completely reimagined with interiors courtesy of Bay Area architect David Stark Wilson. Showcasing a modern design, the 3,980 square foot home is on the market for $6.5 million in San Francisco, California. Inside the reinvented home, you’ll find that skylights stretch heavenward and the complete wall of windows offer panoramic cityscape views plus access to the wide entertainer’s balcony. The peerless kitchen, lined by banks of frosted glass cabinets and sleek built-in storage, features waterfall counters and a massive conversational island with a Wolf range. There is also an in-line fireplace and natural plank hardwood floors in the living area. Five peaceful bedrooms and four deluxe bathrooms, plus two half baths, include an owner’s suite that synchronizes views from the full windowed wall and private balcony with the museum-design tiled spa bath with a deep rectangular soaking tub and angular modern decor. Outside you’ll find a sprawling backyard, lush landscaping, and high privacy fences. This modern home is on the market for $6.5 million with Herman Chan of Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.















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