Many thanks to Burbed reader Petsmart Groomer for this record-breaking listing.
2451 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94109
SQ. FT.: 4,590
$/SQ. FT.: $708
LOT SIZE: –
PROPERTY TYPE: Single-Family Home
STYLE: Contemporary, Modern/High Tech
VIEW: Panoramic, City Lights, Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, Garden/Greenbelt, Forest
YEAR BUILT: 1906
COMMUNITY: Russian Hill
COUNTY: San Francisco
SOURCE: San Francisco MLS
ON REDFIN: 58 days
Boasting approx. 4,590 square feet, this amazing remodeled home offers breathtaking full span Golden Gate Bridge views & stunning views of the Bay, Palace of Fine Arts, Marin Headlands, & the City. 5BR, 4.5BA, foyer, gorgeous staircase, living room with fireplace, dining room, eat-in gourmet kitchen, family rm, upper view living rm, wet bar, work rm, 2 laundry rms, huge walk-out view terrace, w-out patio, excellent storage, garden, security system, Siedle intercom system, large 2 car garage with interior access, wired for CAT 5, wired for sound in many rms w/ 5 zones of B & W speakers, hi ceilings, hardwood floors, skylights, double paned windows, secondary staircase, + a legal unit. On a prime flat tree-lined blk in prestigious Russian Hill.
One of the recurring complaints we’ve had with listings here are those with no or very few photos. If you want us to plunk down not a lot of money for a house, we’d like to know it’s worth our while to spend the time to visit it.
No problem here! This 100+ year-old house not only will cost you a lot of money, even by RBA standards, but nobody is going to complain there aren’t enough pictures, either. Even if two of the first three aren’t of the house at all but some stupid bridge that isn’t included.
Yes, you read that right. 82 pictures. Which one is your personal favorite? It’s hard to choose, but here are a few that helped today’s listing earn its wtf tag. Yet many of them are so perfectly suited to this Dwell parody site that the captions practically write themselves.
That poorly-socialized chair once again blocked the harmonic flow between the golden glazed pottery and the wood stove.
Japanese elements such as rice paper and red pine could not disguise the fact that this was still a jail cell.
Okay, now you try it! Or you can pick any picture number from the listing and provide your caption!
This last one is thrown in to note that you can spend over three million dollars for this place and not get a single square foot of actual land included.