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Pacific Heights Mansion Hits The Market For a Cool $10.95M


Designed by architect Clarence A. Tantau, 2090 Vallejo was originally built in 1919 for Benjamin Schlesinger, owner of City of Paris, the department store that formerly occupied Neiman Marcus's San Francisco flagship. The 10,563-square-foot Georgian-style mansion hit the market this weekend with a price tag of $10.95M, boasting 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms spread over four levels, all accessible by elevator. Modern amenities such as a top-floor media room, finished basement, wine cellar, outdoor play area, and parking for three cars complete the abode for next-level decadence. But at $1,037/square foot, the property actually comes in a bit below the neighborhood's average price of $1,180 per square -- perhaps because the upper floors' carpet and the kitchen are in desperate need of updating.
·2090 Vallejo [Steve Gothelf]