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A Race to (Fore)Close in Saint Francis Wood

A Race to (Fore)Close in Saint Francis Wood

Purchased for $910,000 in 2003 having sat empty for 25 years, the St. Francis Wood home at 250 Santa Paula Avenue, which was originally designed by noted architect Angus McSweeney, returned to the market listed for $2,995,000 in 2008, following a major renovation and expansion to five floors connected... Read More »

Shorter Still For The Tall McSweeney Home On Santa Paula Avenue

Shorter Still For The Tall McSweeney Home On Santa Paula Avenue

The Angus McSweeney designed home at 250 Santa Paula Avenue was purchased for $910,000 in 2003 having sat empty for 25 years. Following a major renovation and expansion, the St. Francis Wood property returned to the market in 2008 listed for $2,995,000 but failed to sell. Relisted last year... Read More »

A Restored 250 Santa Paula Avenue Comes Up Short

A Restored 250 Santa Paula Avenue Comes Up Short

From the listing for 250 Santa Paula Avenue: This work of art was originally designed by Angus McSweeney, a prominent San Francisco architect who is credited with the design of several residential high-rises in Russian Hill, Nob Hill, and Pacific Heights; as well as his collaboration with several other... Read More »