2090 Valljeo: Front Door
After a quiet reduction (of $1,550,000) in April, the asking price for 2090 Vallejo was reduced another $1,000,000 (6.2%) yesterday. And it’s now listed at $15,250,000 (or 14.3% below its original asking in February).
∙ Listing: 2090 Vallejo (6/7) – $15,250,000 [2090vallejo.com]
A Little More Cake For Everyone At 2090 Vallejo [SocketSite]
Versailles On Vallejo (At Least Inside) [SocketSite]

8 thoughts on “Some Extra Bread To Go With That Cake At 2090 Vallejo”
  1. Yes, Eddy is right. I would not want to own that kind of home. But i guess you can always destroy it inside and make it look pretty again without all that molding and gold stuff. But this house is a fixer upper so why are they listing it so pricey? and i don’t know if this house is 7400 square feet or 10,000 square feet? there is two kind of info for this house…

  2. Thanks for that video. Wow; what a disaster that someone would spend all that money and time tweaking this home to such a unique and basically horrible finish when it comes to modern day expectations. Now that 10 Hastings is off the market this home is officially on my top list of best, worst executed homes in SF.

  3. If someone is going to spend all of that money turning a vintage listed San Francsico home into a Marie Antoinette playhouse, why not just buy something in France instead for about the interior design work cost of this property? France is CHEAP compared to Bay Area prices. For the millions spent on this interior, one could pick up a nice large flat overlooking the courtyard of the Palais Royal with all of the gold leaf ceilings you could dream of. Or why not go all the way, 3 or 4 million in the countryside in France can still get you a real manor. Imagine, a home with a view of the Golden Gate in Pacific Heights without the “let them eat cake” interior, and a home in France all for the same cost.

  4. Yikes, all the gold is making me dizzy! It’s too busy and too traditional for me. It’s hard to find buyers that will go for that traditional anymore. Also if they are going to spend that kind of money, like everyone said above, they will be better off to buy a castle in France.

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