3 BEDS | 2 BATHS | 1 PARKING | $1,995,000
The purest representation of San Francisco Victorian architecture that you’ll find, this 3-bedroom home is like stepping into a movie set. Detached on all sides, natural light illuminates the intricate crown molding, 11-foot ceilings, stained glass windows, original floors, and hand-carved wooden fireplaces that bring the 1900s period drama to life while the updated kitchen and baths bring us into the 21st century. A commercial Viking range, updated countertops and eat-in island make the kitchen a chef’s dream. A flexible layout features three bedrooms with an office easily converted to a fourth, and every room is adorned with over-sized windows emphasizing the incredible ceiling height. A deeded walkout deck off the kitchen is warmed by a gas space heater, perfect for sipping coffee on a foggy morning, and in-home laundry adds to the list of conveniences. An interior staircase leads to the shared garage, with one car parking and a dedicated storage room. 225 Steiner shares the block with Cafe Reveille and is sandwiched between the shops, restaurants and bars of Haight Street and the outdoor enjoyment of Duboce Park. With a nearby slow street, bike paths and easy access to Alamo Square and Mission Dolores, this one-of-a-kind home is a city-lover’s dream.