£6.4 million San Francisco house complete with an accessory perfect for any ‘tech boomer’
Whilst property prices are reportedly collapsing in New York, San Francisco’s boom continues unpaced, Reflecting such, a fine example of a home that will be sought out by one of the city’s ‘tech boomers’ has just been listed by the Million Dollar Listing television series star Justin Fichelson in the form of 2140 Jefferson Street in the Marina District.
Described as “a true crown jewel”, this 7,000 square foot, four-storey house next to the city’s Palace of Fine Arts that was built in 1940. It is priced at £6.4 million ($9.25 million, €8.1 million) and includes 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms but what makes it utterly spectacular is a top floor entertaining deck with views to the Golden Gate Bridge.
The ultimate accessory for any Mark Zuckerberg protege is to be found in the garage: A Tesla charger is also included.
All images © Jacob Elliott Photography 2016.
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Compares favourably to anything in SW 1 2 and 3
I’m intrigued! What on earth is half a bathroom?! The mind boggles…
In American useage, a full bathroom includes a bath/shower, a toilet and a sink. I half bathroom means that it is without the bathtub/shower.
San Francisco is undoubtedly the best city in America and I can see why this house will appeal to a tech millionaire or similar. If I were in the market, I would most certainly consider it.
House prices collapsing in New York as well as London, we could be teetering on the edge of the abyss. I have just learned that my old house in Chelsea has apparently sold for less than I sold it for in 2011, and that is after the owner spent at least £200k on upgrades! Not a unique case by any means, I know of several others in the last few months. Glad I bought land, at least that has increased in value.
House have been hit hard: flats in prime areas are still solid. Finchhatton have evidently sold 85% of their development in Hans Place at something in the order of £5/6k a sq.ft.
The international uber rich are taking stock, but historically PCL has doubled every ten years and they know, long term, there are no better investments:it has even outperformed the FTS100 index since the Index started.
I would not reading the Last Rites yet. Besides, laundering money normally costs 40% so that is a factor.
Gearing in prime areas is minimal so there are unlikely to be forced sellers. Most people will just sit back and wait for the market to settle down.
I always say that I have regretted every property I have ever sold in C. London over the last 40 years.
I would never want to be short of PCL
Too old fashioned!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bring on my favourite wrecking ball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Unfortunately, this house is in the Marina District which is a liquefaction zone. That means the land beneath it liquifies in an earthquake as it has done in the past. A very slippery slope indeed.