Finding classic Victorians that not only made it through the 1906 earthquake but also through the hands of would-be modernizers can be daunting in San Francisco. But 2825 Pine, circa 1887, is a well-preserved beauty on the market now for $2.495 million.
All total, the home has four beds and three baths. The main home consists of three beds and two baths, a formal dining room, sunroom, and office. The home also offers a one-car garage.
Below this main house is a separate one bed/one bath with patio access. According to the MLS information, this apartment has recently rented for $3,107 a month (a price that seems right in line with the current median for San Francisco).
At 2,280 square feet, this grand lady asks $2.495 million, which breaks down to $1094 per square foot. The property last sold in 2006, for $1.395 million.
That’s a lot of pricey math, but then, 2825 Pine is a historic Victorian in lower Pacific Heights. And it comes with built-in support for the jumbo loan required to buy it!
Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert