Thanks very much to Burbed reader Petsmart Groomer for this, um, property with views, views, views.
115 Telegraph Hill Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94133
SQ. FT.: –
LOT SIZE: –
PROPERTY TYPE: Single-Family Home
VIEW: Panoramic, City Lights, Water, Bay, Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, Downtown, Park, Garden/Greenbelt, Woods, Hills, Mountains
YEAR BUILT: 1906
COMMUNITY: Telegraph Hill
COUNTY: San Francisco
SOURCE: San Francisco MLS
STATUS: Contingent – Show
ON REDFIN: 572 days
REDUCED ON 9/2/2011 BY $500K!!! Rare Opportunity to purchase a large RH-3 Panoramic View Parcel at the Crest of Famed Telegraph Hill. Panoramic Vistas, including the Golden Gate Bridge, SF Bay & Bay Bridge, Dramatic City Skyline, Coit Tower and Historic Pioneer Park. The cottage on the parcel is unfinished. THE OWNER IS MOTIVATED TO SELL QUICKLY! Nearby Homes are valued at over $10MM and are architecturally significant. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME OR HOMES/MULTI-CONDOMINIUMS! Walk Score of 95! A Short Distance to The Financial District, North Beach, The North Waterfront, Bay Club and Key Transportation Corridors. Just steps away from the Renowned Grace Marchant Gardens and World Famous Coit Tower! It does not get better than this in our opinion!
555 days on the market. If only the buyers were as motivated…
Somebody was motivated. It’s pending. Took them long enough (and a 14% price reduction). But why would they sell a “view parcel” and not mention how big it is? Makes it a little difficult to build an “architecturally significant” place to fit in with the neighborhood if you don’t know whether the lot is 4000 feet or 40.
However, looking at the lot, perhaps we can infer the size by getting information from another home on the same block. The map of the immediate neighborhood is below.
Unfortunately, this may not be the lot we are looking for. The outlined parcel below is on Genoa Place, not Telegraph Hill. Even more bizarre, the Redfin link to this property is:
No wonder nobody knows how big it is, nobody knows WHERE it is.
Here’s where Zillow says we should look:
I can’t find the cottage, though. Maybe it’s cowering under the trees for fear someone will BUILD THEIR DREAM HOME OR HOMES/MULTI-CONDOMINIUMS!