Only six months have passed since 2610 Scott in Pacific Heights—the elegant Joseph Esherick-designed black-and-white cube that could pass for an inhabitable Josef Albers painting—changed hands for $11.75 million. That price was a full $2 million over asking, a not-unreasonable premium given the 1962 home's pedigree, well-preserved condition, and showpiece swoopy stair. Now 2610 Scott, a.k.a. the Larsen House, is back seeking the same $11.75 million as before. Did the buyer have a change of heart? We're sad things didn't work out after so brief a honeymoon period. At least the staging furniture was already in place, though?
UPDATE (4/28/2015): This story has been updated with a corrected link to the property website. The story originally linked to the property's prior listing with Stephen Gomez of Gomez Patton Kowalczyk; the property is now listed with Wendy Storch of Sotheby's International Realty. We regret the error.
UPDATE (4/28/2015): The photos have also been updated to reflect the current listing.
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· 2610 Scott Street [Official Site]