Modernized 1870 Victorian Sells Over Asking in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights (PHOTOS)

Modernized 1870 Victorian Sells Over Asking in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights

SOLD | Built 1870 | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 0.43 Acres
1901 Scott Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94115
An important San Francisco home situated on one of the city’s largest residential holdings has sold over asking for $13 million. The 1870 Victorian home hit the market in early-May for $12.8 million. Comprised of five contiguous lots, 1901 Scott Street presents the occasion to acquire a historic compound centrally located within the city limits. Along the southern limits of Pacific Heights, the Italianate Victorian main residence enjoys grand contemporary interiors with four bedrooms and gracious public rooms for large scale entertaining. A modern carriage house on the estate grounds includes a family room, ensuite guest room, office, kitchen and a two-car garage. Creating visual harmony around these complimentary residences is a mature garden designed by Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture. Visually anchored by a historic Norfolk Island pine, the garden has multiple gathering areas and a large south lawn. With only two owners since 1870, this property captures the dream of pastoral city living from a time gone by. The property was on the market for $12.8 million with Joseph A Lucier of Sotheby’s International Realty – San Francisco Brokerage.

 

















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