From the gothic dining room, to the 80’s bathroom, to the modern kitchen, the interior of 898 Francisco manages to span quite a few eras. And while Victorian doesn’t seem to be one of them, it still feels like a quintessential San Francisco property. Then again, perhaps that’s just the cable car (or bay views) talking.
UPDATE: According to a “plugged-in” reader, that the property was purchased by Nicolas Cage seven months ago when it was listed for $9,400,000. Keep in mind that while the house is currently listed for $7,900,000 the adjoining parcel (and gateway to a number of those views) is being offered for an additional $1,500,000.
∙ Listing: 898 Francisco (6/6.5) – $7,900,000 [McGuire]