So you missed out on the fifteen million dollar (asking) 120 Sea Cliff, and twenty-two million dollars for the Captain’s House is just a tad bit more than you were hoping to spend. Well, if you’re dead set on living on the bluff that put the ‘cliff’ in Sea Cliff, there’s good news. For the first time since being commissioned and built (circa 1929), 610 El Camino Del Mar is now on the open market and asking a mere $6,200,000.
And while we couldn’t find any interior photos online (other than of the pool), we will note that it does appear to be open this coming weekend. And we’ll also note that the architect was Albert Farr who designed numerous notable homes in San Francisco as well as Jack London’s ill fated 15,000 square foot Wolf House in Sonoma County (which burned to the ground prior to completion and was never rebuilt).
∙ Listing: 610 El Camino Del Mar (4/5) – $6,200,000 [MLS]
∙ Big House, Big Views, Big Dreams, And Big News…It’s In Contract [SocketSite]
∙ 300 Sea Cliff: $3,900,000 Reduction (After An $8,000,000 Renovation) [SocketSite]
∙ Jack London’s Wolf House [jacklondons.net]