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Pacific Heights pre-war Beaux Arts flat asks $3.9 million

Oh la la

Photos courtesy of Joel Goodrich/Coldwell

The sumptuous building at 2151 Laguna is a historic one. Granted, almost all buildings in Pacific Heights are storied. According to luxury real estate agent Joel Goodrich, this home is where president William McKinley stayed with his secretary of state for a spell. The two ran to country from there in 1901, hence why it was one called the Western White House of San Francisco.

Today it’s a residential building broken up into condos, with a full-floor unit landing on the market this week.

Featuring four bedrooms, two and a half baths, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and views of Lafayette Park just across the street. Other details include marble vanity in the bathroom, troupe l'oeuil door frames, and a private terrace.

HOAs come to $1,616/month. Asking is $3,995,000.