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$3.5M ‘Corona Compound’ features two separate homes: Which do you prefer?

By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 7:38 am PDT, Tuesday, September 24, 2019 “Every square foot is designed like a yacht,” says Wakelin. “Every square foot is designed in a utilitarian way.” Perched on a hill rising above San Francisco, the so-called “Corona Compound” features two stand-alone homes, each with its own flavor and style, on a double lot with lush gardens. While 48 Mars Street is a grand historic home ...more

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Scandinavia comes to Mission Dolores, $3M

Author: Philip Ferrato An extraordinary renovation of a classic 1907 row house, this 1917 project by the San Francisco/Oslo based, globally-involved architecture firm Mork-Ulnes has just come on the market– a 4-bed, 2-bath condominium that’s been extensively published to much acclaim. Preserving the street front in a historic neighborhood was paramount. To create a modern home, the architects replaced the traditionally dark heart of the structure with ...more

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See inside a 1908 Victorian condo given a Scandinavian makeover

By Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 10:36 pm PDT, Tuesday, September 17, 2019 A stunning light-filled San Francisco condo given a Scandinavian-inspired makeover is listed for $2.995 million. The home at 1985 15th St. occupies the top two floors and converted attic space of a two-unit 1908 Victorian in the Mission District. While purists may mourn the loss of original details in this remodel, anyone who appreciates the clean, simple Nordic aesthetic ...more

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Photos: Home from hit ’70s show ‘Streets of San Francisco’ for sale

A home featured in the 70’s TV show “The Streets of San Francisco has hit the market for $4.25 million. (Compass) By Pueng Vongs | pvongs@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group The Telegraph Hill home has three bedrooms and three baths. It features a wrap-around deck with sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and the San Francisco cityscape. The home also ...more

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Renovated Mission Dolores Victorian flat comes with a Nordic twist

Dark blue facade hides a surprise By Brock Keeling@BrockKeeling  Sep 16, 2019, 11:38am PDT Take note, Victorian remodels: This top-floor Victorian pad, snapped up in 2011 for a mere $910,000, has undergone an expansive minimalist transformation—care of Mork Ulnes Architects, who has offices in San Francisco and Norway—which puts listless, antiseptic redos to shame. Occupying the top two floors of the 1907 property, 1985 15th Street starts off with a dark ...more

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