Built as a single-family home but then legally converted to a six unit building (which it legally remains), 1823 Jackson was Ellis Acted in 1999 and sold for $3,050,000 in 2007.
Since remodeled and “updated to an exquisite, luxurious condition,” 1823 Jackson returned to the market last May asking $5,850,000 for the now “two-unit” building with six bedrooms and six full baths atop a lower level guest suite.
1823 Jackson Entry New New
Reduced and delisted this past December, today the property returned to the market listed anew for $4,995,000 and touting the “fresh new look” above versus the old new below.
1823 Jackson Entry Old New
Another look at the “fresh new look” over the now old new:
1823 Jackson Sitting New New
1823 Jackson Sitting Old New
And we’d be remiss if we didn’t note the built-in rotisserie:
1823 Jackson Kitchen
∙ Listing: 1823 Jackson (8/6) 6650 sqft – $4,995,000 [MLS]
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Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Brahma (incensed renter)

    looks to my untrained eye that the “fresh new look” mostly involved painting surfaces white or off-white and putting down white or off-white floor covering.

  2. Posted by Conifer

    The fresh new look is a mistake for people looking for “real SF” which this house was, and could again be.
    The main problem is the back yard faces a concrete wall of the garage of the huge apartment above on Washington. There is no view.
    But overall, even with some problems, it remains a large and great SF house, suitable as it was when built for a family of considerable standing.
    It never should have been chopped up, but economic times were different then.

  3. Posted by Conifer

    Changing the dining room into a “family” room, and the library into a dining room is ridiculous, but someone things that will help it sell. Most will change it back, if they haven’t ruined the library.

  4. Posted by lark

    The house looks nauseated by the dwell-type furniture it has been forced to engorge.

  5. Posted by Denis

    So how many units are in this house now?
    The location is also kind of iffy.. It’s a nice house, but when you can buy in ultra-prime Presidio Heights for the same or less, it makes this place a tough sell.

  6. Posted by Conifer

    Location not iffy, just eastern PacHts between Gough and Franklin. A lot of tall apartments.
    They removed the period appropriate brass crown chandelier from the entry and put in a cheap modern thing. They put unnecessary carpet on the stairs, so there now must be tack marks or holes.
    It appears that they stained the oak paneling and staircase darker, but I hope that is just an artifact of the photography.

  7. Posted by NoeValleyJim

    How the heck do you even get away with this? How did they get DBI to sign off on the removal of all those kitchens? Something is fishy here.

  8. Posted by Conifer

    There was no excess of kitchens in 2007.

  9. Posted by Gigi

    I agree with Denis – there will be a lot of D7 buyers that this property won’t work for. Washington between Gough and Franklin is an icky location, it’s very busy traffic-wise and is just barely in Pac Heights. If you’re spending over $4 mil most D7 buyers would rather be much further west.

  10. Posted by Gigi

    Oops, meant Jackson btwn. Gough & Franklin!

  11. Posted by Conifer

    Gigi is right, some will not want the location. This block is a one way street going west.
    The quality of the house is high, and all fixed up (except for the “fresh new look”) with a new garage.
    The question is whether one can get a house like this for the same price in a better part of Pacific Heights.
    Did the Burr Mansion on Vallejo, also between Franklin and Gough, ever sell? That is a much better situation, but it was priced higher.

  12. Posted by Denis

    I was going to mention the Burr mansion… It never sold and I think it’s being rented out. It was on craigslist for a while. Owners moved everything out a couple of weeks ago… new furnishings moved in. It still says “call malin” on her website.

  13. Posted by Robb

    Feck, I’m redoing my kitchen and never thought to put in a rotisserie! And now it’s too late. Oh well.

  14. Posted by SocketSite

    After another 188 days on the market, the MLS listing for 1823 Jackson has once again been withdrawn from the market without a reported sale.

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