Price Drop: $2,775,000. Rare Mission District compound consisting of a stunning home with an upper floor and loft-like flex space below and an income-producing, 2-unit property next door. The home embodies aspects of San Francisco Stick-Eastlake and Queen Anne architectural styles has been tastefully renovated and comes with 3 bedrooms, a living room, and a renovated bathroom and kitchen along with an open-air dining room. A rustic attic runs the length of the property, while a shared deck is off the kitchen and sits atop an attached garage below. Below is an amazing loft-like space with 12-foot ceilings and open-air design plan. The open-floor plan creates magical ambiance blending living and dining areas along with the kitchen. Used in the past as a workspace and a residential unit, officially it an accessory to the dwelling above. There are four garages, a small office and a shared deck as well. Next door is 2-unit, Marina-style building constructed in the 1930s. This well-maintained income-producing property consists of 2 five-room apartments (one renovated recently).
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