Home From ‘Mrs Doubtfire’ on Market for $4.45 Million

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The most popular listing on Realtor.com last week was the house featured in the 1993 film “Mrs. Doubtfire,” with an asking price $4.45 million. The home is in San Francisco, one of the most expensive housing markets in America.

2640 Steiner Street is a few blocks from the Presidio, and about the same distance from the Saint Francis Yacht Club, which makes it a short walk to the water and a view of Alcatraz Island. Google Street View shows that it sits on a fairly steep street.

The house consumes virtually the entire lot it sits on. At 3,300 square feet, it has four bedrooms and four baths. The home was built in 1893.

The costs of living in San Francisco are high, but so is the typical income. It has the highest median household income of any metro area in the United States at $63,024.

The listing:

In a prime location on the corner of Broadway this iconic Victorian on a wide lot is the perfect blend of refined grace from it’s circa 1893 heritage combined with modern luxury. This light-filled 3-level residence with elevated entrance from the street features many fine original details such as hardwood floors, classic millwork and moldings and leaded glass windows. The formal rooms are stately in character, complemented by the home’s signature window lined turrets at each side. Plantation shutters add a finishing touch to the graceful curve of the windows in the public rooms. 4 BR’s on 2nd floor. Chef’s kitchen w/quality finishes. Charming landscaped south patio. Near Fillmore Street, Alta Plaza Park, and acclaimed private schools.