It’s no secret that Glen Park needs more housing—vertical, dense housing, ideally. Because homes in the sleepy San Francisco neighborhood now fetch Pac Heights prices. The most recent example, this ultra-contemporary construction at 143 Laidley, which sold for a cool $9.7 million. In Glen Park. Anything goes.
What’s more, this set a new Glen Park record: According to SocketSite, the three-level house sold for “a record-setting $9.7 million price for the neighborhood and roughly $1,830 per square foot.” (The previous record holder was this contemporary house at 80 Laidley, which nabbed a comparatively humble $5 million in 2017.)
Price aside, the home is most noteworthy for its cedar-fronted facade at street level, which hid an expansive three floors boasting open floor plans, a glass-sided staircase, and a prominent use of wood.
Kudos to the unidentified new owner(s) who will share a street with Apple executives and other tech bigwigs.
- Glen Park View Manor Fetches a Record $9.7M [SocketSite]
- New Glen Park home, hidden behind cedar fence, asks $10M [Curbed SF]
- 143 Laidley [Pacific Union]