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Pacific Heights home, with Ken Fulk interiors, asks $10.7 million

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Traditional French-style home wants beaucoup d’argent

Photo by Vince Valdes, courtesy of Malin Giddings and Neal Ward of Compass

This corner home in Pacific Heights close to Lafayette Park was built in 1941. A stately affair that’s benefitted from a gentle renovation care of the minds of Ken Fulk. And it has returned to the market since it last sold in 2008.

Featuring five beds, six and one half baths, and 5,490 square feet, 1994 Jackson comes with fireplaces, private terraces, formal dining room, temperature-controlled wine room, guest room suite, gourmet kitchen, recreation room, au par quarters, and—why not?—an elevator.

The entryway staircase provides a stunning focal point, with the rest of the new interiors keeping an eye on the past. So refreshing to see a tony home sans the drastic open-floor plan redo far too common these days.

Asking is $10,750,000.