SF home in Clarendon Heights with 'museum' appeal selling for $4M
A home that was inspired by its previous owners’ travels around the world has recently landed on the market in San Francisco’s Clarendon Heights. Its facade stands out in contrast to the homes surrounding it.
The house, at 26 Graystone Terrace, has two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms at a listing price of right under $4 million, which is a price that the realtors, Todd and Kim Wiley from Compass Real Estate, say is worth it for the eccentric design.
As reported recently in the San Francisco Chronicle, the property was designed and lived in by a now-deceased couple, who had renovation inspiration from their travels to Morocco, Italy and Spain.
“It was a property that was built to the owner's specs for his life experiences,” said Todd.
The home for sale in San Francisco's Clarendon Heights neighborhood has a museum-like quality. It boasts a vibrant yellow exterior with tiled steps and hinges forged by a local blacksmith, Kim Wiley added. While the house only features two bedrooms, it also includes a media room, which the couple used for their granddaughter when she visited.
The house also has a full library, an elevator on all three floors and stunning views of the city through double-paned stained-glass windows.
“It’s all about views and amenities that pleased these two people and their lives,” Todd Wiley said. “They lived their life to the fullest, and this house was designed the way they wanted it to be.”
Although the “museum-like appeal” of the property may not be popular for the masses, the realtors are confident in the $6 million that the previous couple put into this house in the 1990s to make it as eccentric as it is.
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