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Landmark Bourn Mansion (2550 Webster) Listed And Your Peek Inside

Landmark Bourn Mansion (2550 Webster) Listed And Your Peek Inside

As a plugged-in reader reported a week ago, “ is finally being emptied and mountains of trash removed.” And with bankruptcy heading off its courthouse sale, the landmark 2550 Webster has hit the MLS with an asking price of $2,900,000. The bad news, the past three decades... Read More »

The Full Floor Plan Monty For 2006 Washington Number Four

The Full Floor Plan Monty For 2006 Washington Number Four

As a plugged-in reader notes, the floor plan for the full floor 2006 Washington #4 are now up on Malin’s site along with a couple of view and exterior photos as well. As other’s have suggested, however, it’s not a good sign with respect to whether or not interior... Read More »

2006 Washington Number 4 Returns Asking 32 (Plus) Percent Less

2006 Washington Number 4 Returns Asking 32 (Plus) Percent Less

While still noting “coming soon” on Malin’s San Francisco Properties site, 2006 Washington #4 has hit the MLS asking $8,500,000. As a plugged-in tipster adds, asking $12,500,000 with McGuire in March (and apparently $15,000,000 prior to that). It’s a full floor in the classic, and überexclusive, Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer... Read More »

The Eccentric Arden Van Upp Might Be Feeling A Bit Antsy These Days

The Eccentric Arden Van Upp Might Be Feeling A Bit Antsy These Days

With an unpaid loan balance of $1.23M, the landmark Bourn Mansion at 2550 Webster Street was initially set to hit the courthouse steps on July 13. Pushed back a couple of times so far, August 10 is the latest date. As a plugged-in reader reports: night around 10:00... Read More »

The Bourn Foreclosure (2550 Webster)

The Bourn Foreclosure (2550 Webster)

Two months ago we profiled the Bourn Mansion at 2550 Webster, an unofficial San Francisco landmark with a rich history and a rather eccentric owner. And as a plugged-in reader reports today, “our fabled friend is on the foreclosure block. Set for public sale on 7/13 at 2:00 PM.... Read More »

A Landmark District Seven Mansion Foreclosure (2799 Pacific)

A Landmark District Seven Mansion Foreclosure (2799 Pacific)

Commissioned by Dr. C. N. Ellinwood in 1893, 2799 Pacific was designed by Eugene Freeman and its 28 rooms, 14 fireplaces and glass domed center hallway were finished in 1894. And the Ellinwood residence is San Francisco Landmark #207. As a number of plugged-in people noted last month, 2799... Read More »

The 2201 Baker Street Site Scoop: Full Gallery And Floor Plans Live

The 2201 Baker Street Site Scoop: Full Gallery And Floor Plans Live

While a bit of our thunder is once again stolen by a plugged-in reader with regard to 2201 Baker Street, the former “Baker Acres,” here’s the real scoop…the “Modern By Design SF” website is live. It features a fairly full gallery of pictures and floor plans (and that $7,100,000... Read More »

An Eco-Friendly “Baker Acres” Prepares Its Return (2201 Baker)

An Eco-Friendly “Baker Acres” Prepares Its Return (2201 Baker)

Built as a single-family home in 1904, converted to a boarding house known as “Baker Acres” in the 1940’s, and then Ellis Acted in 2002, an almost fully gutted and foreclosed upon 2201 Baker Street went on the market in November of 2007 asking $2,490,000. Purchased for $2,538,000 and... Read More »

3022 Washington Returns With The Traina Quote Of The Day

3022 Washington Returns With The Traina Quote Of The Day

After a two year listing hiatus 3022 Washington (a.k.a. Engine Company Number 23) returns to the market asking $4,400,000 (versus $4,850,000 in February 2007). Engine Company Number 23 was retired as a firehouse in 1964 and was then purchased by world-renowned designer John Dickenson….Former owners have also included former... Read More »

With Memorial Day Barbeques On The Brain (2209 Scott Street)

With Memorial Day Barbeques On The Brain (2209 Scott Street)

It was simply the wide plank floors (for which we’re suckers) and high ceilings (ditto) of the down to the studs (if not foundation) remodel of 2209 Scott that piqued our interest. And we were drawn right up to the roof deck with Memorial Day barbecues on the brain…... Read More »