Villa de Martini, a Mediterranean-style stunner atop Telegraph Hill, sold recently for its full asking price, $13,750,000, under Neal Ward and Malin Giddings. That’s up a cool $3,770,000 when it last sold in 2015 for $9,980,000.
Most notably, 298 Chestnut played host to the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, the city’s annual interior designer exhibition. The house’s designs had been pulled prior to landing on the market—alas—but the blank 5,440-square-foot canvas will provide plenty of room for a stellar interior designer with ideas galore.
Featuring four bedrooms and four and a half baths, architectural details like the classic red tiled roof, stone columns, arched windows and doorways, barrel vault ceilings in the living room and family room, and landscaped garden proved too irresistible.
- Your First Look at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase [Curbed SF]
- Telegraph Hill's Villa de Martini Finally Sells for $9.998M [Curbed SF]
- Telegraph Hill [Curbed SF]