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New $6.3M Cow Hollow Home Has It All, Except for History

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A very new, very sleek and modern Cow Hollow home at 1973 Filbert Street has just hit the market asking $6.3 million for its four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home that previously stood on the site had been built back in 1900 and was able to withstand the 1906 earthquake—but not the drive of San Francisco developers. The older house was purchased for $1.46 million back in 2011 and promptly demolished to make way for the new construction, which was led by Nova Designs + Builds. The home now boasts a host of high-end touches, from two "theater" areas with surround sound and 80-inch screens to four outdoor gas fire pits. Plus, there are three decks, a four-car garage, and a rooftop terrace. What's missing, however, are the crafted moldings and details of the lot's former occupant.
· 1973 Filbert Street [Redfin]