A big abode off of San Francisco's second most crooked street has hit the market. Owned by former chairman and CEO of Clorox Co. G. Craig Sullivan and his wife Maureen, the 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 5,100-square-foot house on Montclair Terrace just landed on the market asking $9.95M. According to the Wall Street Journal, Mr. Sullivan and his wife "happened upon this house in the Russian Hill neighborhood and "fell in love with it." They sold their smaller home in Cow Hollow and bought this house for $7.3 million." Though the house was move-in ready, the Sullivan clan did a little cosmetic surgery to the place by adding an 18th century French mantel, built-in walnut cabinets and custom bronze banisters on the staircase. The reason for selling? "Most people downsize when they're retired," Mr. Sullivan said. "It's a bigger house than we really need." The home also has an elevator and a wine cellar that fits 3,000 bottles.
· Oliver Stone Puts Manhattan Apartment on the Market (2nd item) [WSJ]
· 65 Montclair [Official website]