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Sold: Alamo Square

Stunning Alamo Square Residence

1271 McAllister Street • $1,825,000

3
Bedroom
2
Bath
1800
Sq Ft

Features and Amenities

This full-floor 3-bedroom flat combines all the architectural character of its circa 1900 heritage with remodeled luxury for today’s style of living. Coved ceilings with medallions and dropped crown moldings honor the original vintage style along with wainscot paneling and hardwood floors that have been beautifully refinished. New drum and pendant lights add modern appeal in the formal living and dining rooms as do the 2 luxuriously remodeled baths, each with basket-weave marble floor and finishes in Carrara marble. The kitchen is a showpiece with its spacious dimensions, quality cabinetry, and Carrara-style quartz counters for easy maintenance. The freshly painted exterior and seismic upgrades are added bonuses along with incredible dedicated space in the shared basement perfect for a workshop, recreation, or fitness center. The location is superb with easy access to trendy Divisadero Corridor and to the amazing urban amenities of Hayes Valley. City Living at its finest!   

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Alamo Square

WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Potentially one of the most photographed neighborhoods in San Francisco, Alamo Square is home to the Painted Ladies, a row of colorful Victorian houses backed by the city's skyline. Many architecturally significant houses line the perimeter of the square, including the Archbishop's Mansion and the Russian and German Imperial consuls' residences from the early 1900s.

Technically part of the Western Addition neighborhood, the boundaries of Alamo Square are not well delineated. Built-up in the late 19th century, the centerpiece is the stunning park overlooking the shimmering San Francisco skyline and the famous 'painted ladies.' The row of colorful Victorians factor into tours, postcards, numerous TV shows, and films. After the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood, Alamo Square boasts some of the largest homes – by square footage, in the city.

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