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Landmark Presidio Heights Home Priced at $16 Million

Landmark Presidio Heights Home Priced at $16 Million

Designed by Bernard Maybeck and built in 1909, the Landmark “Roos House” at 3500 Jackson Street, in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights, is about to hit the market with a $16 million price tag. Commissioned by Morris Meyerfeld as a gift to his daughter and new son-in-law, Leon Roos of... Read More »

Planning Seeks More Density for Development in Presidio Heights

Planning Seeks More Density for Development in Presidio Heights

As proposed, the redevelopment of CPMC’s nearly 5-acre California Hospital Campus at 3700 California Street will yield 240 units of high-end housing – including 12 new single-family homes, 14 new three-story townhomes and 214 multi-family units – spread across 37 new buildings rising up to seven stories in height... Read More »

The Most Expensive Home Sale in San Francisco So Far This Year

The Most Expensive Home Sale in San Francisco So Far This Year

Hidden behind the rather unassuming façade of the Presidio Heights home at 3540 Jackson Street is over 7,000 square feet of finished living space, with seven bedrooms and six baths, a four car garage, and panoramic views across the Presidio and San Francisco Bay. Long-owned by the Zellerbach family,... Read More »

New Offering for a Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad

New Offering for a Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad

The Presidio Heights mansion at 3444 Washington Street, which onetime Bank of America Chairman and CEO, David Coulter, purchased along with his wife, Susan Weeks Coulter, for $15.225 million in 2006 is now back on the market with an $18 million price tag. As plugged-in people might recall, the... Read More »

The Detailed Plans for 240 New High-End Homes

The Detailed Plans for 240 New High-End Homes

With CPMC’s California Hospital Campus at 3700 California slated to be shuttered in 2019, TMG Partners is pushing forward with plans to completely transform the nearly 5-acre site on the southern border of Presidio Heights. And as designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the proposed redevelopment will yield 240... Read More »

A Mega Merger and New Mansion in Pacific Heights

A Mega Merger and New Mansion in Pacific Heights

Purchased as a vacant 7-unit building for $4.95 million in 2009, the 14,000-square-foot structure at 104 Presidio Avenue, which sits on the border of Pacific and Presidio Heights, was effectively gutted, remodeled and a new seven car garage was added below. The approved permits and plans for the multi-million... Read More »

Apples to Apples in Prime Presidio Heights over the past Year

Apples to Apples in Prime Presidio Heights over the past Year

Billed as “a rare opportunity in one San Francisco’s most sought after neighborhoods to build the ideal family dwelling,” with “tremendous potential to be reconfigured for use as a single family home,” the vacant two-unit Presidio Heights building at 3959-3961 Washington Street hit the market listed for $5.3 million... Read More »

Halsey Minor’s $20 Million Mansion Sells for $4 Million Less

Halsey Minor’s $20 Million Mansion Sells for $4 Million Less

Purchased for $20 million in 2007 and on the market since 2012 when listed for five million more, Halsey Minor’s 18,000-square-foot Presidio Heights mansion at 3800 Washington Street, which was modeled after Le Petit Trianon in Versailles France, has finally re-sold for $15.75 million. The confirmed bankruptcy sale included... Read More »

50 Percent over Asking in Presidio Heights! By Design

50 Percent over Asking in Presidio Heights! By Design

The sale of the rather pristine Mid-Century Modern infill pad at 3610 Washington Street, which was designed by William Wurster and built on the site of an adjacent home’s former tennis court in 1959, has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $11,300,001; exactly $2,000 per square foot.... Read More »

Wurster Designed Infill on a Former Tennis Court for $7.5M

Wurster Designed Infill on a Former Tennis Court for $7.5M

Designed by William Wurster and built on the site of an adjacent home’s former tennis court in 1959, the majority of the 5,650 square foot Mid-Century pad at 3610 Washington Street is hidden behind its carport and garage, with a wind-protected garden court between. The Presidio Heights home, which... Read More »