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That Other Landmark Octagon House Hacks Its Price

Was: $5,200,000
Now: $4,500,000
You Save: $700,000 Located on easily one of Russian Hill's best blocks, the Feusier Octagon House (built 1856) is one of two octagon plan houses in the city. When the home first hit the market in late September we told you all about its rich history, including that "early San Francisco businessman Louis Feusier bought the house in 1875, and his family remained there almost 80 years until it sold in 1954." 80 years! While the vast majority of the home still maintains its original architectural charm, there is an elevator from what looks like the future (it's a clear tube), and one of the two kitchens (yes, two) has shiny stainless steel appliances. The 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 5,267 square foot house is City Landmark #36, so any changes by future buyers would have to go through the Historic Preservation Commission.

[Click any floor plan for a larger view]
· The (Other) Landmark Octagon House Hits the Market [Curbed SF]
· 1067 Green [Redfin]

Octagon House

1067 Green St, San Francisco, CA