Rarely does an opportunity present itself for the sophisticated buyer as 1210 -1212 Lombard Street. With jaw dropping, unobstructed Golden Gate Bridge views, deep lush sunny garden and tremendous possilbilities.
This is a very special 2 unit building in an A+ location. Originally built in the 1890's as a single family house and converted later in it's life. Perfectly placed on the front of a generous lot, 25 x 137.5 per tax records. Photos are of the upper unit only, lower unit is 2 story and a bit larger and also has spectacular views. Both units are vacant.
This is a coveted historic resource in San Francisco's historic registry "Here Today". GouldEvans Architect's have produced plans that are spectacular and will transform this property into a forever home. The plans have been approved by the neighbors, historic review and city planning. The full completed site permit is nearing final approval. When completed interiors will be 4076 sq. ft.
Live in now while you fine tune the plans to your desired configuration.
Garage next door is long term, pre-paid for 20 years with additional street parking in front of garage.
This was the last home of noted interior designer Billy Gaylord, who orchestrated the current remodel and configuration and was featured in Architectual Digest in May 1977.
Location, Location, Location! Views, Views, Views to take your breath away!
There's hardly a neighborhood that compares with Russian Hill, with its mesmerizing views, heart-stopping hairpin turns, and sheer historical grandeur.
Locals enjoy the hillside garden climbs, the exquisite tiny parks, and the classic ice cream parlor found at the corner of Union and Hyde. There is a delicate European flair to many of the boutiques and restaurants found along the lushly green streets of Jackson, Union, and Hyde. Green and Polk Streets offer exceptional international cuisine from French to Italian to Vietnamese, you can't go wrong in this vibrant stretch of city. If shopping is on your list, don't miss the many delightful boutiques dotting Polk Street between Union and Broadway.
There is a tremendous spread of possibilities when it comes to housing in Russian Hill. From turn-of-the-century backyard cottages, to lush million-dollar homes, to hilltop town houses and condos with mind-blowing Bay views - there is something for all sensibilities. The architectural influences in Russian Hill reach back to classic form - from Spanish Colonial, to Mission Revival, to Italianate, and Arts and Crafts, and beyond.
Russian Hill remains a very walkable urban landscape despite its hilly tendency. The Financial District and Civic Center are easily within reach. And if your smart you'll occasionally ride the cable car home, on a monthly pass from SFMUNI.
Sunday November 5, 2017 3:30 PM - 5 PM
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