1580 Masonic: Kitchen
It might have been the fairly unique Victorian façade/layout (or perhaps the mention of an English garden with lavender and wisteria) that first got us to take a look. But to be honest, it was probably the detailing on the kitchen cabinets that landed 1580 Masonic on the site. What can we say, sometimes it’s simply the small things.
∙ Listing: 1580 Masonic (4/3.5) – $3,699,000 [Alain Pinel] [MLS]

10 thoughts on “Sometimes It’s Simply The Small Things: 1580 Masonic”
  1. Doesn’t do it for me — the flow seems all cobbled together, drive-up appeal mixed at best and at this price for this neighborhood, I don’t get it.

  2. Gorgeous house – fantastic colors. If I could afford it, I’d buy it. BTW, I love SocketSite – found it by accident, but now I check it out at least once a week!

  3. Minus that shock of lime green towards the end of the photo tour, it’s STUNNING! I would absolutely consider it if that were within my price range.

  4. The yard is quite something too and really unique. While the layout is not a modern “open” layout, the ability to see the large yard (and maybe your kids playing in it) from almost every room is really nice. The bathrooms are a bit over the top, but in a good way. The L-shaped floor plan is a rare antidote to rectangular houses.
    When you are inside, you wouldn’t even know you are in a city.
    Ashbury heights is really nice– none of the attitude or pretense of some of the other name neighborhoods in town. The original price was a reach (in today’s market conditions), but the very last price reduction, $2.995, is very realistic and even cheap (though underpricing is always the way to go if you want to get bids).

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