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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.
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The kitchen and adjacent mud room overlook and open to the garden as well.


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The rounded stairway with arched windows leads to three bedrooms on the upper level, including the four-chambered master suite.
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And yes, there are famed and framed Bridge and Bay views.
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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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