Remodelled Dolores Park West Queen Anne Victorian Reduced to $6.5M (PHOTOS)

Remodelled Dolores Park West Queen Anne Victorian Reduced to $6.5M

$6,495,000 | Built c.1907 | 5,285 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 0.065 Acres
3847-3849 18th Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94114

Hidden behind a meticulously restored Victorian street façade hides a modern residence unlike any other. Extensively renovated by local design/build firm Dawson & Clinton, this 5,285 square foot residence unfolds across 5 levels with views of Twin Peaks, the Mission and Downtown. Property records reveal the home selling pre-remodel in 2014 for just $1.5 million. Four years later in 2018, following the major changes, the home listed for $11.85 million. It’s currently on the market for $6.5 million. This one of a kind home is the epitome of luxurious urban living, featuring an incredible array of architectural details and sumptuous design. The residence features 4 bedrooms & 4.5 bathrooms including a 1,000 square foot master suite. There is a Boffi kitchen and bathrooms as well as a dramatic steel staircase and custom interior wall paneling.

The main living level is anchored by an open-air atrium with collapsible floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood windows that open onto 30′ tall bamboo, creating an immersive indoor/outdoor experience. The lower level includes a spacious 1,300 square foot guest/au-pair suite that has a private entrance. The garden includes a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, and spa. Additional home features include a steel frame, elevator, radiant heat and an 1,100 square foot 4 car garage with elevator access. Other major work includes a complete foundation replacement, seismic upgrade with steel frames, all new exterior envelope and roof, all new plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems, fully sprinklered and monitored, double exterior wall insulation and noise attenuation between levels. This modern Dolores Park West Victorian is on the market for $6.5 million with Frank Nolan of Vanguard Properties.

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