Built for the owner of a gold mine back in 1895, the landmark Queen Anne Victorian on the northwest corner of Franklin and California measures nearly 9,000 square feet and sits on the southern half of a 10,654-square-foot Pacific Heights parcel which has been newly subdivided into two legal lots.
The original interior of the home, which was designed by W.H. Lille, remains largely intact, with incredible woodwork, finishes and windows throughout.
Having been purchased for $3.3 million in July of 2000, the eleven-bedroom Queen Anne and its two legal lots at 1701 Franklin Street are now back on the market with a $6.995 million price tag.
And yes, the newly subdivided lot is buildable but the parcel remains historic and plans for its development would require a Certificate of Appropriateness to proceed. Keep in mind that plans for a garage addition and elevator within the existing home have already been approved.