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Outdated Pacific Heights Craftsman on the Market for $4.698M

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A 5-bed, 3-bath Pacific Heights home designed by Albert Farr has just hit the market asking $4.698 million. The house was built back in 1904 and designed by Farr, who is best known for his Wolf House in Glen Ellen, which was being designed for writer Jack London before it caught fire and remained uncompleted. Farr was known for designing homes in the Craftsman style and using wood shingles. Both of these elements can be seen in the Russian Hill house, which is located on Vallejo Street and on the market for the first time in 100 years. Farr also designed 3450 Washington, the home with the biggest sale price of 2014 so far. The Vallejo Street abode has over 3,000 square feet of living space plus a back garden. There are hardwood floors, custom ironwork and cathedral-inspired architecture. The house is in need of some updating, especially to the dated kitchen. · 2858 Vallejo Street [Redfin]
· 3450 Washington Quietly Sells for 18M, is Biggest Sale of 2014 [Curbed SF]