A two-family duplex on Lombard Street that was built way back in 1948 is now on the market. This pink home in San Francisco’s world-famous Crooked Street is priced at $3.995 million.
The house is a duplex with two levels standing on a lot measured at 3,005 square feet. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and hardwood floors with a contemporary-style design. It also boasts of balconies, storage, a common area laundry, and a three-car garage.
The listing agent of this pink duplex home in San Francisco’s Crooked Street is Nina Style from Coldwell Banker Realty.
Many have driven down it or walked down it admiring the beautiful landscaped street and lovely Victorian homes. The Crooked Street, rather Russian Hill’s Lombard Street, is one of San Francisco’s most charming attractions. The grade is so steep on this hill that without the sharp cut-back curves, a car or pedestrian would roll down far too fast, possibly resulting in a deadly accident.
From spring throughout the summer, large flowerbeds following the curve of the road are in a continuous riot of color providing lovely views from windows of the stately homes. The beauty and uniqueness of Lombard Street has been a tourist draw since the 1920s when it was configured as an aesthetic safety precaution for pedestrians at the suggestion of one of the property owners.
Currently for sale for the first time in over 55 years, this pretty-in-pink, two-family duplex on Lombard Street was built in 1948. Consisting of an upper single-level unit with two bedrooms and two baths, the lower unit has three bedrooms and three baths on two levels.
Both have current updates, hardwood floors, are contemporary in style, each have balconies, storage and a common area laundry. Parking consists of a three-car garage and additional on-street parking all accessed from the back of the property on Lurmont Street. Views from both units include San Francisco Bay, Coit Tower and the city. Priced at $3.995 million.
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