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Pretty in Pink in Cow Hollow

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Back in 2007 this opulent 2550 Lyon Street home was listed for $9,800,000. Then the price was reduced so severely again and again that she was taken off the market. Now she's back and with a much more reasonable and humble price tag of $6,500,000. The stats: she's a 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 4,250 square foot private residence designed by architect Theodore Eden. In 1998 the interiors underwent an extensive remodeling, bringing the kitchen and baths up to today's standards. There are two working fireplaces, one in the living room and one in the master bedroom. There's an elevator that has access to all four stories, including the one that has a wet bar (Ed. note: Schwing!). There's a garage that fits three cars. The home also has something that is very rare to private residences in San Francisco: a rooftop garden with many entertaining spaces. The backyard is robust, fancy, has stone statues, fountains and ponds. And the home is situated directly across from the Presido of San Francisco. Tell us, dear readers, will this house sell, and soon? Or will it sit, like last time, on the market for months without a bite?
· The Hanging Gardens Of San Francisco: 2550 Lyon [SocketSite]
· 2550 Lyon [Redfin]

2550 Lyon Street, San Francisco, CA