While some may tire of midcentury gems, you cannot ignore the downright blinding beauty of the Joseph Esherick-designed black-and-white masterpiece in Pacific Heights.
After making a brief appearance on the market in 2015, it was de-listed in November. Now it returns to the market at $9,750,000.
For those keeping score, that’s a $2 million cut. Last year 2610 Scott landed on the market for $11,750,000. According to relator Wendy Storch, the Pac Heights home was taken off the market due to nearby construction hampering the house’s overall experience to potential buyers. But now that said construction has completed, it’s back and at a comparatively discounted price.
While still a respectable chunk of change, this is a house worth paying for should someone want to stand out in the tony neighborhood. The most intriguing piece of this 1962 home has to be its standout facade and its showpiece swoopy staircase.
It comes with four beds, three and a half baths, and 4,656 square feet. It last sold in 2014 for $11.75 million—with fluctuating price tags prior—$2 million over asking.
Since that price seemed to work so well last time, perhaps its current seller doesn’t want to mess with a good thing, asking-wise.
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