3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1,645 SqFt
Offered at $1,395,000
This gracious 3 bedroom offers exquisite original detail, high ceilings, historic architecture and a walk out garden in the center of ultra-chic Hayes Valley. Spectacular location with walkable access to the Divisadero Corridor as well as Hayes and Lower Haight. 616 Page Street was designed by famed San Francisco Architect, William Mooser of Ghirardelli Square, and is one of his few residential projects to survive the 1906 earthquake and fires. Originally built in 1890, this classic Victorian home showcases transitional Queen Anne and Stick architectural styles and is set far back from the street. The central hallway could be an art gallery or waltz hall to the dining room which beckons beyond, is partially concealed, and draws the visitor into the timeless and ethereal space. The kitchen looks to the backyard which is secreted away for solitary reflection or lively garden parties. Serene, reflective and soulful, this compelling home is calling out for a unique and revived touch. 616 Page Street offers that rare opportunity to own a piece of San Francisco history and endless possibilities.
PRESENTED BY McGUIRE TOP PRODUCERS:
Jamie Comer - email@example.com | 415.420.2510
William Freeman - firstname.lastname@example.org | 415.298.8031
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