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Glen Park midcentury nabs nearly $1 million over asking

Once again, floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed beams, and views galore prove hot

Photos by Paul Rollins, courtesy of Neill Bassi

As predicted, a bidding war erupted over the circa-1957 gem in Glen Park. The hillside home went into contract after just two days on the market, closing Friday for $2.6 million, almost $1 million over the $1.675 asking price.

Long believed to be one of the few remaining slices of pre-Facebook San Francisco, that’s simply no longer the case with Glen Park. The southern neighborhood is now an enclave where billionaires fight with millionaires over fanciful renovations.

Photo by Paul Rollins, courtesy of Neill Bassi

But this midcentury home managed to keep an eye on its past, even though it went through a gentle renovation before hitting the market.

Featuring three beds, two and a half baths, and roughly 2,040 square feet, 1 Miguel boasted wood-paneled walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and exposed beams. Lovely.