Having been foreclosed upon in 2011, the once nondescript Noe Valley home on a large lot at 865 Duncan Street was listed by the bank for $1,295,000 that November and sold for $1,280,000 in April of 2012.
The buyer was James Gallagher, the founder of Achill Beg Construction. And along with Shatara Architecture and designer Amy Sullivan of Sullivan and Associates, the property has since been transformed into a 5,400 square-foot designer home with a 700-square-foot guest house, garden, and outdoor “leisure area” out back.
And here’s an exclusive peek inside and behind the home:
Now home to Mr. Gallagher and his firm, the property is not on the market and we’ve been told there aren’t any current plans to sell. But in the words of Suzanne Gregg, the Paragon agent who advised Gallagher on the buy, perhaps if he was presented with “a crazy offer” he could be persuaded to move. Like that ever happens in San Francisco…