Open House Obsession: Mission Edwardian Flats Re-Invented As Modern Condos, $2.4M + $2.2MAuthor:Philip Ferrato
Where: 43 + 45 Linda Street, Mission Dolores
When: Sunday, November 1 from 2:00pm-4:00pm
Asking: $2,395,000 (upper flat) and $2,195,000 (lower flat)
What: Two years in the making, this pair of dramatic, 2-level condos are hidden behind their original Edwardian facade on a quiet street just east of Dolores Park. The developers took a hands-on approach with every detail from concept to finishes (with backup from SIA Architectural Design) that’s especially evident in the 3-bed, 3-bath upper flat, transforming what was once an attic into an open light-filled aerie space with structural steel.
One end of the catwalk is a study/lounge area, the other is a sun-filled pent room with a bath and terrace looking out over the Mission.
Below, the 3-bed, 3-bath lower flat living/dining/kitchen. There are two bedrooms and baths on this level.
Downstairs, the garden level has a sheltered, enclosed patio off the the family/media room with an adjacent full bath and an illuminated wall of closets, potentially making this an ideal master suite.
What We Love: Blackened steel and sexy bathrooms.
Location, Location, Location: Barely two blocks long, Linda Street is a quiet, one-way in the middle of the Mission’s best eats (Tartine, Craftsmen + Wolves, Bi-Rite…), plus it’s walkable/bikeable to MidMarket’s tech giants and private transport to the Peninsula. The two condos share a garage.
More: Check out the agent’s outstanding dedicated site for additional images and floor plans. Below, a detail of the lower flat’s garden enclosure.