It’s not listed on the MLS nor is the address identified on the Sotheby’s site, but it’s a plugged-in tipster that pegs the newly constructed LEED Platinum residence as 1209 Filbert which is now on the market asking $7,000,000.
From our tipster:
This is an interesting story as 1209 Filbert used to be [a garage] on Filbert and a backyard associated with the converted single family residence at the Southwest corner of Hyde and Filbert. That corner residence (1205 Filbert for the smaller two units on Filbert and some address on Hyde for the larger main Unit of two floors) and the garages were bought by a developer that remodeled (quickly) sold off (very slowly) the three units in the converted corner residence, tore down the [garage], and constructed the 1209 residence.
Before the 1209 residence was built, the large West windows on the second and third floors of the corner residence had sweeping views of the GG Bridge, the Bay, and the Northwest waterfront of SF (Palace of Fine Arts, etc). That view is almost completely blocked by the new 1209 residence, although there is a small cut out for a tiny deck at the Northwest corner of the 1209 house that appears to be designed to leave the top (third) floor (but not the second floor) of the corner residence with a smidgen of a view.
And from the Sotheby’s site:
Downstairs, an entertainment room opens onto a secluded garden with fountain and fire pit.
Upstairs, a cantilevered stairway and glass-floored walkway separate the master suite from two additional bedrooms, each with private bath.
On the roof, a deck with panoramic bay views adjoins a room with full bath that might welcome guests, house an au pair or serve as an in-home office.
And yes, we’re assuming those 5,800 “acres” are supposed to be square feet.
∙ Listing: 1209 Filbert (3/5.5) 5,800 sqft – $7,000,000 [sothebyshomes.com]