So here’s the scoop: 3456 Jackson just hit the open market for the first time in 46 years (having passed from parents to son in the mid 60’s).
It’s a relatively large (4,200+ square feet) 1920s home with a Georgian façade on a flat block in Presidio Heights. And a third floor – which we loved, but won’t be everybody’s cup of tea – was added in 1961 (think cedar paneled walls, built-in bookshelves, and a glass wrapped central atrium/deck).
Bridge, Presidio, and garden views from all levels of the main residence, and au pair quarters (1/1 of the 5/6.5) in the basement. And while it’s completely livable as-is (unlike that fixer on Clay), we’d probably budget for a remodeling of the kitchen (early 80’s) and at least 4.5 of the 6.5 bathrooms (plus one assuming your au pair really is “au pair“).
UPDATE (9/7): Closed escrow for an undisclosed amount on 9/7/07.
∙ Listing: 3456 Jackson (5/6.5) – $5,500,000 [MLS] [3456Jackson.com]
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