233 Laidley Street

While the sale of the newly remodeled home at 162 Randall for $3.995 million a few weeks ago came close, having closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $4.2 million, or roughly $1,235 per square foot, the sale of 233 Laidley is the first Glen Park home to have crossed the $4 million mark.

Designed by Michael Hennessey Architecture and built by Design Line Construction, the modern four-bedroom home at 233 Laidley measures 3,400 square feet, with a wall of rift-sawn oak veneer cabinetry that runs the length of the open main floor and walls of functional windows at either end of the home.

11 thoughts on “Record-Setting Glen Park Sale Breaks The $4M Mark”
  1. i predict the trend of having sun filled bedrooms with loads of glass is coming to an end. They’re a nightmare to sleep in.

  2. If you don’t like glass, there’s always the cell block next door. Beautiful project with an attention to detail that goes far beyond what most projects bother with. Happy to see that there’s a market for this level of design.

  3. when I think of the beauty and refinement of modernism, I think of homes like this. not that developer flip crap. this is absolutely gorgeous – worth every penny.

  4. Interesting that ~4m sales were never much of a trend in Noe. That level of house went right from ~3m to ~5m. Instead the 4m hous sale went to Glen Park, it seems.

  5. it’s all absurd, from the ridiculous asking prices now deemed “normal” in SF to the walls of glass, while beautiful in design, are not practical in a foggy, city like SF.

    Dont get me wrong, it is a BEAUTIFUL HOUSE and I am crazy about modern design.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *