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Victorian vs. Mediterranean

Which of these two homes would you rather buy?

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    Victorian vs. Mediterranean
    Home #1 and home #2, respectively.

    Two San Francisco homes. Similar price. Different styles.

    The first home, a Victorian in the Mission District, can be found at 154 Tiffany Avenue. Built in 1900, this 1,417 square-foot house is on the market for $779,000. There are two bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths, and lots of natural light. This property also offers a rear patio, two-car garage, and hardwood flooring. Plus, Mitchell's Ice Cream is just around the corner.

    The second home, a Spanish/Mediterranean in the Inner Sunset District, is located at 1491 17th Avenue. Built in 1932, the 1,528 square-foot condominium is listed for $789,000. Like the first home, there are two bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths, although this property also boasts a fireplace, Viking range, and vaulted ceilings.

    Which one of these homes would you rather buy? Leave your answer in the comments section below.

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