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“1154 Clayton seems to be luring buyers who left San Francisco during the pandemic back to the city.
“I’m seeing prospective buyers who have been renting in Sonoma County during the pandemic looking to move back into the city now that the vaccine is here, and they are especially interested in a home that is in move-in condition with an awesome kitchen, where let’s face we spend most of our time. Buyers also want a walk-out yard where they can see the kids through the kitchen windows,” said listing agent Hugh Groocock.
These buyers are also drawn to features like a huge outdoor patio complete with grill and gorgeous views, plus an attic with the potential to be anything.
The remodeled Craftsman is offered at $2.5 million. It was built in 1914, and the renovation made the pages of such publications as California Home and Design and Fine Home Building. Original features we all want in our Craftsmen are still here, but they join modern innovation with a healthy dose of style (and dare we say, humor). Such updates in the 2,058-square-foot abode include a chef’s kitchen, a steampunk-style bathroom and a sanctuary-like backyard.”
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