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Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad Fails to Fetch its ’06 Price

Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad Fails to Fetch its ’06 Price

Purchased by onetime Bank of America Chairman and CEO, David Coulter, along with his wife, Susan Weeks Coulter, for $15.225 million in 2006, the 9,100-square-foot Presidio Heights mansion at 3444 Washington Street returned to the market with an $18 million price tag early last year, having failed to sell... Read More »

New Offering for a Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad

New Offering for a Banker’s Eight-Figure Presidio Heights Pad

The Presidio Heights mansion at 3444 Washington Street, which onetime Bank of America Chairman and CEO, David Coulter, purchased along with his wife, Susan Weeks Coulter, for $15.225 million in 2006 is now back on the market with an $18 million price tag. As plugged-in people might recall, the... Read More »

Withdrawn On Washington: It Must Have Been The Amphitheater…

Withdrawn On Washington: It Must Have Been The Amphitheater…

After 264 days on the market (not including a previous listing), and the last 90 of which were at a list price of $12,000,000, the listing for 3444 Washington has been withdrawn. While it may soon return, keep in mind the rather prime Pacific Presidio Heights mansion was purchased... Read More »

A Fall From Great Heights? (3444 Washington Reduced Again)

A Fall From Great Heights? (3444 Washington Reduced Again)

With a tax assessed value of $15,840,090 (suggesting a sale price of around $15,200,000 in 2006), 3444 Washington returned to the market a year ago asking $17,500,000. Six months ago the home was relisted at $15,750,000. Two weeks ago the listing expired but was then reactivated. And this past... Read More »

An Apple In The “Heights” Of Our Tree: 3444 Washington Reduced

An Apple In The “Heights” Of Our Tree: 3444 Washington Reduced

From a plugged-in Sleepiguy when the rather handsome 3444 Washington hit the market last May asking $17,500,000: “This property sold a couple of years ago for 16.5 million.” From the MLS today: now asking $15,750,000 with an “official” one day on the market. UPDATE: It appears as though sleepiguy... Read More »

It’s Not Often A Listing Can Tout A Private Outdoor Amphitheater

It’s Not Often A Listing Can Tout A Private Outdoor Amphitheater

So the pictures aren’t particularly fantastic, but the backyard and private amphitheater do sound quite fantastical. From the $17.5 million listing for 3444 Washington: A welcoming place to entertain, the garden was recently transformed to a level yard by elevating the ground six feet with new retaining walls. A checkerboard... Read More »