Historic c.1895 Queen Anne Dream Home in Pacific Heights yours for $6.9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1895 Queen Anne Dream Home in Pacific Heights yours for $6.9M

1701 Franklin Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94109

A towering four storey Queen Anne masterpiece in world renowned Pacific Heights is on the market for $6,995,000. The home, designed by W.H. Lille for Edward Coleman in c.1895, who owned the Idaho Gold Mine in Grass Valley, California, spans 7,125 square feet with an additional 1,740 square feet on the lower level. The amazing architectural detail throughout includes incredible large timeless stained glass windows with breathtaking detail, beautiful beamed ceilings, plaster and dentil moldings, pocket doors, exquisite crystal and antique chandeliers, superb wall sconces and softwood and hardwood flooring with inlay. According to the listing, the home is believed to have only changed ownership by a handful and property records reveal that it sold in 1995 for $37,500 and again in 2004 at a foreclosure auction for $855,000. There are eleven bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a grand formal entrance with beautiful staircase and large formal rooms for grand-scale entertaining. There are plans for a large kitchen with butler’s pantry as well as plans to add a garage with interior access. Approved plans to add an elevator are also available for the new owner. Perfect for gardeners, the park-like backyard garden comes complete with palm trees, a lush lawn, roses, hydrangeas and blooming plants. The 1/4 acre lot has been sub-divided into two legal lots. The property is currently marked as pending and is listed for $6,995,000 with McGuire Real Estate.

Square One Productions created these plans to show what can be done with the property. 



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