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125 Steiner is a rarity. There are few blocks in San Francisco that define an architectural era, yet have stood the test of time to become the epicenter of vibrancy and culture that Duboce Triangle has become. Even rarer are the opportunities to call these special enclaves home. Nestled in a row of Queen Anne Victorians that line Steiner Street and just a few doors down from Duboce Park, this grand, oversized, top-floor condo doesn’t disappoint.

At 1,889 square feet, the enormous foot print of the home is well-proportioned, with multiple living spaces and 3 bedrooms, plus an impressive full-floor unfinished attic level with high ceilings and endless potential. The architecture is marked with opulent moldings and trim, high ceilings and other period details that are so coveted. This huge flat brings together two unlikely elements – grand yet comfortable living plus enormous potential for expanding the livable space upstairs.

The front of the condo has been opened up to create two distinct sitting areas with an original ornamental fireplace and beautiful, bright curved bay windows that define Queen Anne architecture. In the quiet center of the home are 3 good size bedrooms, 1.5 baths and good closet space. Down the wide hallway, you’ll be drawn back to the heartbeat of the home – the combined living, dining and kitchen area. Also opened up and surrounded by windows, this space includes a timeless kitchen with a commercial Viking range and a Subzero refrigerator.

The laundry / pantry room provides access to the full floor attic level. Up the utility stairs, you’ll be blown away by the sheer scale of the attic space. Although rough in its current state, the potential is apparent. Tall ceilings, exposed beams, basic flooring and electricity pave the way for an incredible amount of potential (an artist’s studio, a family rumpus room, an office or just a hang out space).

San Francisco derives much of its charm, elegance and mystery from the abundance of Victorian architecture. But not all homes built during the Victorian era were created with equal grandeur. 125 Steiner, an early Queen Ann, reflects one of the many boom periods in San Francisco history. Duboce Triangle reflects the most current boom period – one of vitality and growth that continues to define The City.

Steps from Duboce Park, Duboce Park Cafe, N Judah and tons of Duboce, Castro/Upper Market restaurants, shops and transit. Walk Score: 98, Transit Score: 94, Bike Score: 92 (It’s on The Wiggle!)

 

 

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Top Floor / Full Floor Condo

Additional Unfinished Full Floor Attic Level w/ High Ceilings

3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths

Multiple Living Spaces

Combined Living, Dining & Kitchen

Formal Living Room w/ Extra Sitting Area

Soft wood floors

Gorgeous Victorian Architecture

Laundry / Pantry Room off the Kitchen

One car independent garage parking

HOA Dues: $250 / mo

1,889 sq ft per tax records

125 Steiner Street

Steiner At The Park:
Grand Queen Anne Duboce Condo

$1,595,000