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Grand Pac Heights Victorian sells way over asking

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Multiple bids result in major leap from initial price

Photos courtesy of Janet Feinberg Schindler of Sotheby’s International Realty

Inhabitable piles of rubble aren’t the only homes selling over asking price in the Bay Area. Take, for example, this stunning creature in Pacific Heights.

Janet Feinberg Schindler of Sotheby’s International Realty sold 2219 Scott for a cool $9.6 million. Initially asking $7,995,000, the four-story Victorian nabbed 120 percent of its asking price after a mere nine days on the market in a multiple bid scenario, making it one fo the highest overbids this year.

And just look at it. Look at it. It’s classically gorgeous. Featuring five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and 6,350 square feet, 2219 Scott came with a Doric-columned entry porch, a library, a formal dining room, an au-pair suite, a wine cellar, and landscaped gardens. (Staging by Studio D didn’t hurt, either.)

Also, the master closet has views of Alta Plaza Park and is larger than some Tenderloin studios. But of course.