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Pacific Heights Craftsman Sells for $1.402M Over Asking

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When this 1904 Pacific Heights craftsman hit the market back in April, it set an asking price of $4.698 million. Despite a dated kitchen, the Albert-Farr designed home was in contract in less than two weeks and sold for $6.1 million, which is a solid $1.402 million above the initial ask. The house was designed by Albert Farr in his traditional shingled style and retains many of its original details and woodworking. It's large but not huge, at 3,030 square feet, which places its sales price at $2,013 per square, expensive even for fancy Pac Heights. Here's hoping that the new owners are happy to keep the character of this home intact. · Outdated Pacific Heights Craftsman On the Market for $4.698M [Curbed SF]
· 2858 Vallejo Street [Redfin]