Purchased for $6.5 million, or a breathless “$6,069 per square foot,” back in May of 2018, plans to raze the existing 1,071-square-foot home on an oversized, 6,926-square-foot Dolores Heights lot at 3669 21st Street, with “180 degree views from Twin Peaks to San Bruno Mountain,” have been drawn (while plans to surreptitiously “renovate” and “expand” the existing home have been abandoned).
And as proposed, a new 6,516-square-foot home, along with an integrated 854-square-foot “Accessory Dwelling Unit” (ADU) and a 1,200-square-foot garage, could rise on the site, designed by John Maniscalco Architectue for PBC Holdings (LLC).
Demolition and building permits for the home have been requested to expedite its development, assuming it’s approved and survives any challenges.
And while the existing home on the lot, which was built circa 1885, was initially deemed an eligible historic resource by Planning Staff, having once been home to James W. Hackett, a noted haiku poet who worked from (the) home in the 1960s, said determination was subsequently revised (“due to additional research provided by the Project Sponsor” challenging Hackett’s significance).
We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.