This Sunday TK will claim the Iron Throne. And there will be scores of viewing parties from which to choose, after eight violent seasons, including one inside the tony Light House building across the street from Dolores Park.
Unit 653 will host a Game of Thrones viewing party Sunday from 6:30 pm. to 11:30 p.m., with finale screening at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
In addition to seeing what will happen [spoiler alert!] to Daenerys after incinerating King’s Landing, if Cersei makes it out of the rubble, and whether or not Jon Snow will do anything of significance, invitees will also get to look inside one of the neighborhood’s most esteemed pieces of property.
Not only is this townhouse located across the street from said park, a siren song for many of the city’s tech elite, it also comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 5,351 square feet. Details include walnut paneling, arched windows, arched plaster ceilings, oil-rubbed sconces, pendant chandeliers, and leaded-glass-paned windows.
Formerly known as the Second Church of Christ Scientist, the onetime church dates to 1915 and was designed by architect William H. Crim, who gave the building its signature dome and neoclassical look. After nearly being condemned, the structure was purchased in 2011 and refurbished into four tony townhomes.
The home is for sale off the MLS through Kristen Stuecher and Chris Lim of Climb Real. Asking price is still being negotiated.