Designed by John Maniscalco Architecture and built for a solar energy entrepreneur and engineer on a 5,271-square-foot parcel atop Clarendon Heights, near the crest of Mount Sutro, the modern 7,440-square-foot home at 150 Glenbrook Avenue hit the market priced at $22 million this past August.

Walls of windows frame panoramic views of the city, Bay and well beyond.

There’s (now) a roof deck as well.

And having been reduced to $19.95 million at the end of last year and then relisted anew last month, the sale of the rather spectacular 6-bedroom home has now closed escrow with a contract priced of $17.5 million or roughly $2,352 per conditioned square foot.

21 thoughts on “Modern Mansion Atop Mount Sutro Has Sold”
      1. Ugh, are we sure the tear down was a house and not a 1970s hotel from the less affluent section of Merced? UG-LEE. I know tastes vary, but….

  1. Wow, something like this belongs in LA, San Diego, or Miami. Surprising that such a spectacular house exists in San Francisco.

  2. Lyndon Rive’s house? While many other solar entrepreneurs are also engineers, he’s the only one with that sort of cash I think would insist on being so described.

  3. anything north of $15M seems like a fantastical result. cool house and surely expensive to build, but I’d want much more protection from the street for my $17.5

  4. MY LOTTO dream would be to hire a REAL Medium to bring Pierre Koenig back from the grave to design for me Case Study House #22 Redux. Given the impossibility of both conditions, a smaller, rationally sized version of this house (1500 square feet…why does anyone need more?) will do nicely.

  5. I’d be nervous of that vacant lot just downhill from here. If another manse goes up the views from this place might not be so great….

  6. Wow, dream house identified. It would be a waste if someone was not there full-time in pajamas with a drink throwing a couple parties (post-covid) every weekend.

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