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Before & After: c.1900 San Francisco Painted Lady Transformed in Complete Renovation (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Before & After: c.1900 San Francisco Painted Lady Transformed in Complete Renovation (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Before & After: c.1900 San Francisco Painted Lady Transformed in Complete Renovation (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
February 22
17:36 2018

Before & After: c.1900 San Francisco Painted Lady Transformed in Complete Renovation

2517 19th Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94110

An early 1900s Victorian on 19th Street in San Francisco has hit the market for $3,399,000. The historic home last sold in March 2016 for $1,370,000 before being transformed in a total home renovation. It came back on the market in July 2017 for $3,750,000 and dropped to $3,399,000 in September 2017. The home has just been relisted. The listing describes the 3,200 square foot Victorian as the Painted Lady of the Mission, and notes that the renovation included a new foundation, new roof, new plumbing, new electrical, new flooring and seismic upgrades. As far as the interiors go, the original floor plan has been completely opened up to create an extremely open concept plan, and and by doing so, sadly the original flooring, wainscotting and several other details were removed. The renovation incorporated the original front door and beautiful stained windows in the front rooms. There are 9-foot ceilings on all three levels, wide-plank white oak flooring throughout, a large kitchen with 12 linear foot Quartz waterfall style center island and a staircase with mahogany trim. There are 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms throughout. We’ve included several before photos below. The property is currently on the market for $3,399,000 with Craig Ackerman

 

  

 

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