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Photography by STEVE GOTHELF VIA SF GATE

Per the SF Gate, esteemed architect Joachim B. Mathison built the

Victorian-style home—in the upscale Pacific Heights neighborhood—in 1983.

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Photography by STEVE GOTHELF VIA SF GATE

The light-filled living room offers original architectural details including authentic millwork, hardwood floors, and a marble wood-burning fireplace.

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The granite-clad kitchen features a spacious center island, subway tile backsplashes, and direct access to a garden patio for al fresco dining.

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The swanky master suite boasts double walk-in closets and a master bathroom with dual vanities, a soaking tub, and a glass shower for two.

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Photography by STEVE GOTHELF VIA SF GATE

There are also three more bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a foyer, formal dining room, office, gym, and window-lined staircases inside the turn-of-the-century abode.

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Out back you’ll find a flagstone patio lounge and a handful of manicured gardens—perfect for entertaining outdoors in the breezy Bay-area weather (or of course, pretending you’re an elderly nanny).