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Tony Russian Hill townhome asks $3.95 million

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Famed cul-de-sac home hits market

Photo by Daniel Lunghi, courtesy of Joseph Lucier/Sotheby’s

At the end of a cul-de-sac on Vallejo in Russian Hill sits a row of shingled townhomes, developed on 1998 by John Willis (the Butterfly House, the Garage on Hyde) and designed by Ed McEachron (reportedly the Getty family architect). And today, one of the units inside the Russian Hill Summit lands on the market. A red-letter day, indeed.

Featuring three beds, two and a half baths, 2,189 square feet, 1035 Vallejo comes with a walkout garden, private terraces, and elevator accesses to both levels starting at the underground two-car garage.

Fun fact: Willis had to build and offer nine underground parking spots to neighbors to gain approval with planning across. Which is to say, privilege has its privilege.

Asking is $3,950,000.