1899 Revitalized Queen Anne Victorian Sells for $7.3M in San Francisco, CA


1899 Revitalized Queen Anne Victorian Sells for $7.3M in San Francisco, CA

SOLD | Built 1899 | 6,011 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.08 Acres
818 Steiner Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94117
Constructed for the Hartter Family in 1899, this revitalized Queen Anne Victorian is one of the finest, most historically significant homes surrounding Alamo Square Park in San Francisco, California. The residence recently sold for $7.3 million. Statelier than a typical painted lady in size & grandeur, it also offers a full-scale renovation to suit today’s living. This spacious home offers stunning views of the park’s greenery along with striking panoramic views of downtown San Francisco from all four levels. Original woodwork, a deep lot perfect for entertaining, and a garage for four to six cars help make this a quintessential place to call home. The main floor offers an inviting living room, a remodelled kitchen with Carrera marble counters, a casual dining area, and white oak plank flooring. A walk-out deck with glass railings flows onto the home’s stunning landscaped backyard. Upstairs you’ll find four full-sized bedrooms and two full bathrooms, including a luxurious master suite. Light floods in through skylights at the attic level and makes the perfect media room or recreational space. The home also features an art room, an additional bonus room, and a large office with panoramic city views. This beautiful painted lady was on the market for $7.25 million with Mollie Poe of Compass Realty.