Open House Obsession: The Sweetest Victorian In Cow Hollow, $4.7M


After a lovely renovation, this turn-of-the-19th Century house, now a 3-bed, 3.5-bath home (plus, uniquely, a legal 1-bed, 1-bath cottage in the garden) is ready for the next hundred years. While retaining its bay windowed front parlor– updated with an elegant fireplace wall of book-matched marble, the main floor has been opened up and centered around the kitchen island, with access to a deck and the garden just below.

What’s In A Name: Cow Hollow was indeed grazing land until the late 19th Century, when development of the area began, and was actually closer to San Francisco Bay until after the 1906 Earthquake, when the Marina District was created with landfill to hold the now-legendary 1915 World’s Fair. In the 60s Cow Hollow was spared being ravaged by a freeway. These days, it’s and intimately scaled neighborhood that benefits from close proximity to the Marina waterfront, the Presidio, and the spectacular open views of Crissy Field and the Golden Gate. Plus great shopping and eating on Union Street.

There’s a pair of ensuite bedrooms on the upper level. The lower level holds a large suite open to the garden, with a glimpse the cottage at the back.

What We Love: The impeccable stone details throughout– especially in the bathrooms– give this compact house a sense of luxury.

More: Represented by Justin Fichelson at Fichelson Real Estate Group. Click on the link below to peruse the property’s dedicated site, with additional images, floor plans, and a 3D virtual tour.

2323 Greenwich Street, San Francisco
3-bed, 3.5-bath, plus 1-bed, 1-bath cottage

Open House Schedule:
Thursday, 09/12/19 6:00pm-7:30pm
Saturday, 09/14/19 1:00pm-4:00pm
Sunday, 09/15/19 1:00pm-4:00pm

Photo Credit: Rob Jordan/Rob J Photos