Come be enchanted. This gracious three bedroom offers exquisite original detail, high ceilings, historic architecture and a walk-out garden in the center of ultra-chic Hayes Valley. Spectacular location with walkable access to the Divisadero Corridor as well as Hayes and Lower Haight.
One of the few, fire-surviving residential projects by famed architect William Mooser (Ghirardelli Square), 616 Page was built in 1890 and showcases transitional Queen Anne and Stick architectural styles, set back from the street.
Timeless and ethereal, the central hallway could be an art gallery or waltz hall to the dining rm which beckons beyond, partially concealed and draws the visitor in. Kitchen looks to the spacious backyard. This compelling home calls out for your unique touch.
Home Owners Assoc. Fee: $300
Built in: 1890
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Exterior: Wood Siding
Architectural Style: Victorian