A grand 7-bed, 7.5-bath, 1-pool home on Pacific Heights' Webster Street has just hit the market looking for $6.5 million, a mere $780 per square for its 8,335 square feet. The house, which was designed by Pac Heights neoclassical architect Julius Krafft in 1906, is filled with period details like wood paneling and enough stained glass to fill a church. Its most notable feature, however, is a sizable indoor lap pool accompanied by cloud-painted ceiling that's really a touch over the top. The home last came on the market back in 2012 for $6.995 million, but after dropping its price and failing to sell it was delisted. The market has, of course, surged dramatically since then, so the chances of a buyer falling in love with this home's collection of wood, fireplaces, and chandeliers seem higher this time around.
· 2555 Webster [Official Site]
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