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Quietly purchased “off the market” for $3,000,000 last year, Feldman Architecture has been engaged to redesign, expand and renovate the 1,420 square foot Liberty Hill home hidden behind the two single-car garages at 3660 21st Street:

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Per the permits which have yet to be approved, the estimated cost for the project is $1,100,000 which is likely less than the total budget and includes combining the two garages into one for two cars.

The required variances and CEQA exemption to avoid a lengthy environmental review, but not necessarily a neighbor’s appeal, have yet to be approved for the project as well.

UPDATE: While Mark Zuckerberg’s name has been dropped in connection to the 3660 21st Street property, and the only listed officer of the 3660 21st Street LLC (the buyer of record) is the same as for the 1456 Edgewood Drive LLC (the buyer of record for Zuckerberg’s property down in Palo Alto), Feldman Architecture has “definitively confirm[ed] that the client at 3660 21st St. is not Mark Zuckerberg.”

We’ll note that the listed officer for the 3660 21st Street LLC is also the listed officer for the 830 Cdm LLC, the buyer of record for Jack Dorsey’s property at 830 El Camino Del Mar, and 110 Freelon Holdings LLC, the buyer of record for another San Francisco property which has been connected to another early Facebook man.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by the_biker_elite

    [The buyer] will be pleased to know that his next door neighbors are the infamous and well-connected Tom & Jerry, whose seasonal decor has garnered world wide press and even a documentary.
    Tom & Jerry are also big philanthropists…throwing raucous extravagant parties (whole roast hog, carving tables of spectacular hunks of beef — and copious cocktails served by spectacular hunks of beef). The entertainment may range from a children’s choir to a nude puppet show staged by advocates for safe sex workers. Its just that rich.
    This is something touching, the older and gay couple teaching the rather beige new neighbor the meaning of San Francisco. And how we define richness in life.

  2. Posted by john

    if people just bought houses under their own names, like the rest of us, this would not happen.

  3. Posted by Brahma (incensed renter)

    john: “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me. They possess and enjoy early, and it does something to them, makes them soft, where we are hard, cynical where we are trustful, in a way that, unless you were born rich, it is very difficult to understand.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald

  4. Posted by Mark

    Oh, to only live so close to a SF A List gay couple. No thanks. I’m gay and these posturing fools annoy the crap out of me. However, at least in a pinch we now know where to find the boys AND the booze.

  5. Posted by Lax2sea4

    This a real estate site, shouldn’t we focus on the property instead of who lives there.

  6. Posted by anonandon

    Speak for yourself Lax….It says a lot about current real estate and neighborhood trends that he chose to buy here instead of Outer Broadway, Sea Cliff, etc.
    I would also mention that Tom and Jerry never were interested in being an “A List gay couple”.
    Tom and Jerry just enjoyed having fun, throwing unusual parties that were open to a wide spectrum of guests from all over the city, both rich and poor, old and young.

  7. Posted by inmycountry

    (UPDATE: While Mark Zuckerberg’s name has been dropped in connection to the 3660 21st Street property, and the only listed officer of the 3660 21st Street LLC (the buyer of record) is the same as for the 1456 Edgewood Drive LLC (the buyer of record for Zuckerberg’s property down in Palo Alto), Feldman Architecture has “definitively confirm[ed] that the client at 3660 21st St. is not Mark Zuckerberg.”)
    It’s possible that the “owner” and the “client” are different people. For instance, Zuckerberg is the “owner” and his girlfriend is the “client”.

  8. Posted by eddy

    The linked name shows the previous speculatory thread. This is the property in question. So what were all the reports according to a plugged-in source and due diligence, about Zuck buying a home. And if this isn’t it, than, uh, what is the story. Doesn’t really matter at this point. Interesting gossip.

  9. Posted by REpornaddict

    “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me. They possess and enjoy early, and it does something to them, makes them soft, where we are hard, cynical where we are trustful, in a way that, unless you were born rich, it is very difficult to understand”
    that Scott F quote seems ass backwards to me..surely being cynical makes you hard, and trustful soft, but he seems to have it the other way around…?
    Cynical and soft, hard and trustful.hmm not sure I;m with you on this one Scott…

  10. Posted by NoeValleyJim

    Clicking on those links is a nice blast from the past. I wonder whatever happened to that tipster guy. I sure hope he a got himself a place before he was priced out forever.

  11. Posted by Eddy

    First, anyone that thinks tipster isn’t still among our presence is fooling themselves. Second, I sort of miss his polarizing views. Third, we sort of become a bit of an echo chamber, however, it’s hard to argue with what’s happening in the market right now. Finally, I feel fairly confident that the tipster will come again.

  12. Posted by REpornaddict

    Totally agree re Tipster. I would love to hear his views on what is happening right now. Not to mock him (well, Ok, not THAT much..), just to try to get an alternate viewpoint from one who was so bearish.
    His sudden departure does remind me of a soccer chant sung back at once noisy supporters when your own team has scored back against then “You only sing when you’re winning”. I suspect and fear tispter was not only a bad winner, but a bad loser too.
    Come back nearly all is forgiven…

  13. Posted by neighbor

    I feel like I know exactly what this house is going to look like already. What are the odds that a decent architect and an unlimited budget will produce something interesting? Forward? Functional? I despair not at the current market, but at all the bland uniformity being remodeled into it.

  14. Posted by Anon

    ^your criticism lies with the Planning Dept, not the architect who will be hired. Architects want to do great stuff, by and large.
    And on the Tipster thing? Sorry but that 2012 thread is comedy. He, anon, and R4R had no clew. An on an in they were allowed to distort/insult.

  15. Posted by neighbor

    So, it’s the planning department that mandates open plans and floor-wide folding door/windows that open onto decks that will likely never be used in the fog? Planning is responsible for all the bland cabinetry and uniform counter tops and tile-covered bathrooms? I’m not asking for wall-to-wall carpets and pea green appliances, but there is more to remodeling — or building, or designing — than cookie-cutter modernity.
    Like I said, I *know* what this house will look like when it’s done. I haven’t been surprised by a high-end remodel in years.

  16. Posted by noodle

    I use my floor-wide folding door/windows every sunny weekend (which is to say, most of them.) The right mass exposed to the right angle of sunlight makes for a lovely little microclimate in 94114.

  17. Posted by NJ

    “So, it’s the planning department that mandates open plans and floor-wide folding door/windows that open onto decks that will likely never be used in the fog? Planning is responsible for all the bland cabinetry and uniform counter tops and tile-covered bathrooms? I’m not asking for wall-to-wall carpets and pea green appliances, but there is more to remodeling — or building, or designing — than cookie-cutter modernity.”
    So you’re against open floor plans, decks, folding doors, “bland” cabinetry (whatever that means), counter tops that look the same, and tiles in bathrooms. Wow. Lucky for you, you don’t have to live in the house that you can already envision.

  18. Posted by R

    “So, it’s the planning department that mandates open plans and floor-wide folding door/windows that open onto decks that will likely never be used in the fog? Planning is responsible for all the bland cabinetry and uniform counter tops and tile-covered bathrooms? ”
    No, that’s the market. If people wanted small closed-off rooms with small windows and garish cabinetry and multicolored counter tops with wood bathrooms, then the developers would build them.

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