Midcentury architect Joseph Esherick is having quite a year in the San Francisco housing market. First, a Sea Cliff home that he designed sold for $1.4 million over asking back in April. Now, his Larsen House in Pacific Heights has topped even that spread, going for $2 million above its $9.75 million ask. The astounding $11.75 million price came in at $2,525 per square foot for a home that remains entirely true to Esherick's original vision and has never before changed hands. The highlight of the house is its showpiece swoopy staircase that spirals and curves like a jaunty hat or a cascading gown. Here's hoping that the new owners preserve this masterpiece just as perfectly as their predecessors did.
· Sea Cliff Mid-Century Sells for Jawdropping $1.4M Over Asking [Curbed SF]
· Pac Heights Pad with Swoopy Stair Makes Entrance at $9.75M [Curbed SF]
· 2610 Scott Street [Redfin]
· 2610 Scott Street [Official Site]