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Pacific Heights Georgian stunner seeks $7.4 million


Exterior of home, large with brick facade. Photos by Open Homes Photography, via Joseph Gartland Moore, McGuire

Bass tacks, folks: This stately abode is the kind of house one might imagine when they think of Pacific Heights. Brick facade. Harlequin windows. Mini-sweeping staircase. Alta Plaza Park. Opulence.

Featuring five beds, five and a half baths, and an ample 4,325 square feet, 2502 Jackson comes with a formal dining room (with wood-burning fireplace), rooftop terrace, and a hidden bar that, according to one of the home’s listing agents, was secretly constructed during the Prohibition Era.

It also has a more contemporary add-on on top, one that doesn’t contrast too well with the rest of the resplendent property. Alas.

Asking is $7,499,000. Which seems downright reasonable compared to other homes in the same neighborhood.