Spanish Mediterranean with front-row spot on SF Bay listed for $5.9 million


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Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass



Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass



Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass


Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass



Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Stunning Spanish Med home is across the street from the Bay, asking $5.9M

Photo: Malin Giddings, Compass




With a front-row, unobstructed view of the Bay, this Spanish Mediterranean beauty offers classic San Francisco scenery and architecture for $5.9 million

The house

The home was built in 1931, and, though clearly modernized, hasn’t lost its original intent.

Features of 699 Marina Blvd. showcase the best of this design style: carved woodwork, mosaic tiles, dramatic covered balcony, dark beamed ceilings, patterned clay and delicate ironwork.

Views abound, but are at their best on the tiled balcony, where postcard-ready sunsets can be viewed daily.

There are four bedrooms, four and half bathrooms, plus a wood-burning fireplace. There’s also a sunroom, a recreation room and a wine cellar.

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Media: San Francisco Chronicle








Outside

The home rests on a waterfront lot that features gardens, a dog run, and a two-car garage.

The market

The median selling price in the Marina District, based on six home sales in the last 30 days, is $2.895 million.

It’s unlikely many of those homes have water views from the unique vantage of 699 Marina Blvd. The price tag reflects this: $5.9 million.

See the complete listing here.

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 


Article source: https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/article/699-marina-blvd-san-francisco-real-estate-12855605.php

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