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DRE #444020

  

Alta Plaza Victorian

2737 Clay Street
(between Scott & Pierce)

2737 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA     

Summary

Large 3 story 5 bedroom 4 bath Eastlake home with studio apartment. One car garage, basement, & south yard. Includes approved plans & permits for a major remodel. House & apt: 4531 sf (per appraiser). Lot size: 27.8 x 127.7, RH-3. Price: $3,250,000.

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Description

This large 10 room Eastlake home (ca. 1885) is located on a lovely tree-lined block directly facing Alta Plaza Park, with many elegant Victorian homes as neighbors. The handsome facade is well preserved and beautifully detailed with a portico supported by square paired columns. The portico is connected to a rectangular bay by a distinctive pierced quatrafoil element. Beyond the original front doors and transom window is a large foyer with a dramatic staircase. Immediately to the right is a large double parlor used as a living room and a formal dining room. The kitchen has tile countertops, a charming Wedgwood stove, and a built-in eating area. This level also has a family room and full bath. The second level has four bedrooms and two full baths, with the large front bedroom configured as a master suite. The third level has two rooms and a full bath, with ceilings defined by the peaked roof. Rooms are spacious (11'6" ceilings) with much original detailing, including a handsome banister, two fireplaces, skylight, Lincrusta wainscoting, ceiling medallions, and bold door and window moldings. This is a good floor plan, bright and sunny throughout, with lovely views north from all levels into the park. Downstairs is a studio apartment which opens to the large south yard, and is ideal for an office or an au pair. There is a one car garage, laundry room, and storage.

This is a rare opportunity to buy a large family home on Alta Plaza Park. There are approved plans (by the noted architect, John Maniscalco) and permits to expand rearward, creating a new kitchen, family area, and deck that overlooks the rear yard. Work could begin immediately, eliminating many, many months of design, city approval, and potential neighborhood opposition.

Neighborhood

Pacific Heights is a highly desirable residential neighborhood known for its large homes and good weather. Alta Plaza Park is wonderful public space with a newly restored children's playground. This house is just two blocks west of the Upper Fillmore shopping area, with many excellent shops, restaurants, and one of the few remaining neighborhood theaters.

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