Parked in Pacific Heights

A rare thing – A Pacific Heights, San Francisco house with a 9-car garage that has been dramatically reduced in price by £1 million


Extending to 7,580 square feet in total and on a corner plot, 2190 Vallejo Street in San Francisco is a detached 5-storey residence with a private garage with space for seven to nine cars.


Built in 1912, the year the Titanic sank, to the designs of Edgar Mathews (1866 – 1946) – an architect responsible for a number of Arts and Crafts style houses in the sought after Pacific Heights area of the city – the property includes 4 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and a wine cellar. It also has three areas of outdoor decking and a small front garden planted with English roses.


Not many single family residences in any city come with garaging for 9 cars


Presented in good but shell condition and including many period features, 2190 Vallejo Street is effectively a blank canvas. It is listed by Michael King Estates and has recently been reduced in price from £7.5 million to £6.5 million.


Editor of The Steeple Times Matthew Steeples remarked: “At a time when the San Francisco market continues to boom and median house values are currently listed at £928,000 ($1.2 million) – up 7.2% on last year – in the Bay Area according to, this dramatic reduction is definitely indicative of initial overpricing. Just as in London, buyers at this level are extremely choosy but maybe, just maybe now a seriously rich car lover will choose 2190 Vallejo as the location to house their collection.”


The Numbers – 2190 Vallejo Street


June 2017 – Reduced in price by £963,000 ($1.25 million, €1.06 million or درهم4.59 million) to £6.5 million ($8.5 million, €7.2 million or درهم31.2 million).


May 2017 – Listed for sale for £7.51 million ($9.75 million, €8.23 million or درهم35.81 million).


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  • A project that looks like it's been started but not finished. What's the story of the ownership?

  • It looks like it is about to fall down the hill!!!!!!! Send in the wrecking ball and get the job finished!!!!!!!!!!!!! The garage roof ------ WTF?????? What a bloody mess!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn't pay $1 for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • There are some very fine features here (the staircase, panelling, etc.) It just needs finishing off and that garage filled with stunning classic cars.

  • As a property professional I would say it is vastly underpriced and is worth at least £200 million.

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