Behind the neo-Gothic façade of the single-family Russian Hill home at 2430 Hyde Street, a courtyard English Garden and renovated interior are hidden.
The kitchen and adjacent mud room overlook and open to the garden as well.

The rounded stairway with arched windows leads to three bedrooms on the upper level, including the four-chambered master suite.
And yes, there are famed and framed Bridge and Bay views.
Full Disclosure: The listing agent for 2340 Hyde Street advertises on SocketSite but provided no compensation for this post.
∙ Listing: 2430 Hyde Street (3/3.5) 2,880 sqft – $4,950,000 [gregglynn.com]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by eddy

    Wonderful home. Good luck to all.

  2. Posted by jlasf

    Beautiful home. Love that they kept the character of the house.
    One caveat: There is talk about what will happen to the reservoir across the street. If it becomes a park, that’s great. But, if it gets developed, it could be years of construction and potentially the loss of the view.
    [Editor’s Note: Razing The Roof Over The Old Francisco Street Reservoir.]

  3. Posted by JG

    Boy, if I had $5MM to invest in a home, this would be a top contender. Very nicely done; great attention to detail. Beautiful yard.

  4. Posted by Johnny

    Gorgeous home….

  5. Posted by The Bunk

    Interesting staging, they clearly aren’t trying to get a family in there. If I count right it looks like they have 3 offices and 2 bedrooms.

  6. Posted by lark

    This is how it’s done!
    Developers need to realize that when choosing between obese contemporary design built to max out the lot vs room for a garden, the green should win every time. This is wonderful.

  7. Posted by Gur

    A real beautiful property, especially the views and the way the LR flows into the garden/courtyard. The entry is beautiful as well.
    The details really shine through here… perhaps only the kitchen seems to have lost a bit of connection to the rest of the space.

  8. Posted by Rocco

    @lark: This was built in 1937 on a 47-ft-wide lot. Those developers are long gone– as are the 47-ft-wide lots. I suspect the decision to build this way was the client and architect’s, not some bogeyman “developer.”

  9. Posted by SFDeznr

    Just went pending!

  10. Posted by Denis

    Sold for $5.675

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