You save: $2,505,000 Back in mid-2012, 2950 Vallejo Street landed on the market asking $19.5M. The home has sat on the market since with no reported action, so it comes as no surprise that it has finally taken a bit off the top of its price. Tom Laursen with Redfin toured the Neo-Tuscan 8-bed, 5.75-bath property six months ago and said that it's a "classic home" that "feels as though it's from a bygone era of sumptuous splendor. Museum-quality rooms throughout. Enormous room for expansion below main portion of home." The very big abode also played host to the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. While a $2.505M price deduction is quite a bit of cash, 2950 Vallejo is still the third most expensive home for sale in San Francisco.
· Dueling Dead Architects: Who Designed 2950 Vallejo? [Curbed SF]
· 2950 Vallejo [SF Properties]
· 2950 Vallejo [Redfin]