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Classic Craftsman Offers Historic Beauty and Prime Noe Location

Classic Craftsman Offers Historic Beauty and Prime Noe Location

On the market for the first time in 65 years is this rare Noe Craftsman home at 4148 26th St. asking $1,995,000. An available home in Noe Valley is news, make it a beautifully preserved Craftsman at that price (teaser?) and that’s big news. Making it even more rare is the 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the main living level in this ultra popular family neighborhood.

The home offers original charm, an oversized lot, solarium, private landscaped garden, wood burning fireplace, full-size basement, and a 3-car garage. Not to mention the pristine period details like original hard-wood floors, built ins, wainscoting, and box beam ceilings.

Although the kitchen and baths are ready for updates – they still manage to charm (did you see the stove?). And we can hope that truck in the basement is part of the deal! Being close to the delightful bakeries and welcoming cafés of 24th street makes this house a complete package.

See more of the story and photos from Emily Landes on SFGATE.

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