The SoMa Cottage That Could

The SoMa Cottage That Could

Though its neighboring loft buildings have sandwiched it in, 334 Harriet stands proud on its small street between Folsom and Brannan. The 820-square foot cottage was built in 1910 and has all the trappings of the era (including very small bedrooms).

And the current owner even cared enough to remodel the cottage in 2007. It has a cute garden. But it lives in the shadows of taller, shinier properties. Last sold in October 2004 for $615,000, 334 Harriet has been on the market for about a month for $699,000.

You know, if I were in the market for a quintessential Victorian, and I had about $700,000 to spend, Harriet would be a nice alternative.

4 responses to “The SoMa Cottage That Could”

  1. Real Estate Whisperer says:

    Mucho height improvement room with the tall neighbors. Goiiiiiiinnnngg UP!”

  2. johnc says:

    That building on the left looks like a big bully.

  3. This is cute. Are there pictures of the inside?

  4. insidesfre says:

    Here’s the property Web site, had to hunt around to find it:
    http://www.postlets.com/res/2645910

    Have also linked the address in the blog piece, so you can click there!

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

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