The days of thinking of Glen Park as a slice of classic San Francisco are—alas—gone. In addition to millionaire residents fighting with billionaire residents over high-end private basketball courts, home prices are now up in the stratosphere.
A recent record was set for the tiny, once-bucolic neighborhood: 80 Laidley sold for $5,400,000 under the tutelage of realtor Frank Nolan. It is reportedly the highest on-market sale price for a home in Glen Park history.
The contemporary home, located at the Noe Valley and Glen Park border, five beds, six baths, and an ample 4,410 square feet. The design is Silicon Valley sheen all the way—minimal, white, clean lines, bright. Nothing you haven’t seen before.
The rear yard, which climbs up, is admittedly gorgeous. It includes a hot tub, built in fire pit, and a bonus studio. Other features include solar paneling, wine room, radiant heat, elevator, and thee-car parking.
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