As we reported earlier this year:

Designed by Bliss & Faville and built following the Great Quake of 1906, the nearly 14,000-square-foot Pacific Heights mansion at 3001 Pacific Avenue was purchased by the Egyptian government in 1960 and served as its Consulate up until around 2010 when it was last renovated and reinforced.

And having hit the market at the end of 2016, priced to “define the city’s high end with a $22-million price tag,” the corner mansion has just returned to the MLS having been virtually staged, with newly rendered photography and a dramatically reduced $16 million list price.

If you think you know the market for high-end mansions in San Francisco, now’s your second chance to tell.

7 thoughts on “Former Egyptian Consulate in Contract”
  1. And built, it would seem, for one Christian O.G. Miller, President of the Pacific Lighting Company. Who? What? you ask: founded by his father, it seems to have been an ancestor, certainly in pedigree if not necessarily legally, to PG&E. But truly names out of the past, gone and – it appears – forgotten.

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