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Best properties on the market

This week: San Francisco Victorians

1. This two-bedroom Victorian, built in 1904, is located in the Noe Valley neighborhood. Newly renovated, the home features oak flooring, a large bay window, two marble-tiled bathrooms, and a rear deck off the kitchen. $1,199,000. Pete Brannigan, Brown & Company/Top Agent Network, (415) 401-9901

2. Built in 1899, the six-bedroom Hartter House is located on the east side of Alamo Square, steps from a short string of Victorian “painted ladies” known as San Francisco’s “postcard row.” The house offers views of the city from its renovated kitchen and views across the entire park from its turret. $3,200,000. Joan Gordon and David Cohen, TRI Coldwell Banker/Top Agent Network, (415) 474-1750

3. Located in Pacific Heights, this four-bedroom home offers a view of the bay from its master bedroom and has a private deck off its kitchen. Additional features include a home gym, four fireplaces, and a three-car garage. $3,295,000. Ana T.L. Dierkhising, McGuire Real Estate/Top Agent Network, (415) 351-4655

Steal of the week4. Located in Endicott Court, a community of seven Victorians that have been divided into 14 condominiums, this first-floor one-bedroom unit has an open floor plan and a shared rear courtyard. It’s located just steps from the ball fields at Raymond Kimbell Playground. $290,000. Tom Watson, Hill & Co. Real Estate, (415) 794-1173

5. Built in the late 1800s, this four-level, four-bedroom home features many original details, including a wood-paneled foyer and an intricately carved staircase railing. The house has two staircases and two family rooms, including one that opens onto an east-facing deck. $2,500,000. Steven Gothelf, Pacific Union International/Christie’s International Real Estate, (415) 929-7100

6. Located a block from the University of San Francisco, this property has two buildings on its single lot. The house that fronts the street was built in 1889 and features a gingerbread façade with gold-leaf highlights. The property’s rear building is divided into two one-bedroom units. $1,075,000. Bonnie Spindler, Zephyr Real Estate, (415) 706-6660

7. The Hinkel House is a six-bedroom home located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. It has multiple decks, an attic-level ballroom, five fireplaces—and two rental units below the main house. $2,599,000. Bonnie Spindler, Zephyr Real Estate, (415) 706-6660

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