Historic Nob Hill Home with ‘Spectacular’ San Francisco Views Asks $ 17 Million

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Known as the Boggs-Shenson House, the beautiful bay town space is a local landmark and may even have a connection to celebrities.

First purchased in 1906 by Angus and Mae Boggs, the original structure of the property was destroyed by the devastating city earthquake and fire a month later. A second building was constructed in its place, and over time the original two-story house built for the Boggs was extended to four floors plus an elevator.

In the 1940s, Mae sold the house to brothers and doctors Ben and Jess Shenson, according to Business intern.


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The views are “nothing short of spectacular,” the listing notes. Viewpoints include the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Coit Tower, Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco Bay, and Grace Cathedral.

The house last changed hands in 2018 for $ 8 million, although it asked for more than double that earlier in the year.

The house was bought by an LLC linked to the billionaire’s real estate transactions Sean Parker. We don’t know if Facebook’s CEO was the buyer three years ago, but whoever he is, he has to make a package based on the listing price.

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Serious capital will be needed to land this one-of-a-kind find. Hailed as a “hidden gem” and oasis of luxury, “the five-bedroom brown shingled residence is listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

One of the few single-family homes on Nob Hill, the Craftsman-style structure sits on double lot.

Modernized in the right places, it has three outdoor living areas, an open living and dining area with fireplace, and access to a terrace with an outdoor kitchen and pizza oven.

A spacious chef’s kitchen features wood cabinetry, stone countertops, a breakfast bar, and views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

The rooftop patio has a wet bar and glass doors that open onto another large deck with a gas fireplace and seating areas.

The master suite with private balcony offers views of the Coit Tower. It has two walk-in closets and the private bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and double sinks.

Other amenities include a wine cellar, media room, office, and a two-car garage with an electric vehicle charging station.

The grounds include fruit trees, seating areas and even a putting green.

Franck Costa along with Vanguard Properties owns the list.

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