After more than six months on the market, the grand home in the city’s tiniest neighborhood sliced $400,000 off its asking price. According to SFGate, “the price point was out of reach for many of the interested buyers.”
It’s now seeking $3,295,000.
Measuring two by three streets and perched onto the northwest slope of Mount Davidson sits Sherwood Forest. Among its claims to fame—a street named after Howard Pyle’s book’s titular character, a prevalence of homes designed by architects like Timothy Pflueger and Julia Morgan, and its title of tiniest ’hood in the city.
Today a rare offering inside the small enclave hits the market—a stately Tudor located at 210 Casitas Avenue.
Featuring five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and approximately 4,315 square feet, this circa-1931 home comes with four stories, 18-foot vaulted ceilings, leaded glass windows, oakwood arches, coved ceilings, dining room with wood-burning fireplace, basement wine cellar, and five—five!—decks.
What’s more, the bathrooms and kitchen have been renovated since it last sold in 2016 for $2,200,000, which, in part, explains the hefty bump in its current asking price of $3,695,000.
- 210 Casitas Avenue [Henry Kei at Trio Properties]
- Exploring Sherwood Forest, SF’s smallest neighborhood [Curbed SF]
- Towering Sherwood Forest Tudor Hasn’t Sold In 56 Years, Asks $2 Million [Curbed SF]