Matthew Kavanaugh developed the 700 block of Steiner Street between 1892 and 1896, now known as San Francisco’s Postcard Row. Originally the developer’s own home, 722 Steiner at Grove was slated for demolition in the 1970’s but survived and was restored.
And while it’s not yet officially listed on the public facing MLS nor is the property’s marketing site yet live, 722 Steiner (aka or rather dba “The Shannon-Kavanaugh House“) is now on the market and asking “just under $4 million.”
The home features working gaslights, exquisite architectural details and several original stained-glass windows. The kitchen includes upscale Dacor and Bosch appliances. The house earns its keep through movies, TV shows, advertising, tours, guest accommodations and by hosting unique private parties, catered events, weddings, receptions and other special events.
Expect an open house this weekend followed by an invitation-only “champagne soiree” next week. Oh, and ignore any reports or releases that tie this home (or block) to the “Full House” home facade. As plugged-in people know, that was actually 1709 Broderick.
UPDATE: While still not live on the San Francisco Association of Realtor’s public facing MLS, 722 Steiner has been listed at $3,999,999 with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and 42 photos.