Remodelled c.1900 Victorian Home Lists in San Francisco, CA for $5.9M (PHOTOS)

Remodelled c.1900 Victorian Home Lists in San Francisco, CA for $5.9M

2060 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94115

A beautiful Victorian home with a commanding presence on a corner lot in Pacific Heights has hit the market for $5,995,000. Before closing in October 2016, The Lion Pub had operated on the ground level for 48 years while the upper levels were setup as two full floor flats. Redfin reveals it sold in March 2017 for $3,400,000. Today, the 118-year-old structure has been converted back to a single family home with the previous bar space becoming an au-pair suite and office space with the potential as a future family & media room. There is over 4,800 square feet of space including an open living level with large formal living and dining rooms, a sitting room, bathroom and a gourmet kitchen that opens to a large mahogany deck. There are 4 spacious bedrooms & 3 bathrooms upstairs. One of the most drastic changes since selling was painting the exterior a dark grey. With a very high 98 Walkscore, the centrally located property enjoys nearby shops, parks and restaurants. To see a selection of before photos click here. It is on the market for $5,995,000 with Paragon Real Estate Group.

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