This building was built by the current owner’s family on or near the site of the “Tower of Jewels” of the Panama Pacific Exposition of 1915.
The Seller’s mother use to have treasure hunts in the backyard looking for Jewels from the exposition.
It is time for this beloved San Francisco structure to be reborn! The property will be delivered vacant in December 2021.
The new owner will substantially upgrade the large structure so we are providing auto cad files and proposed new 21st century layout by a top San Francisco architect.
The vacant lower unit 1854 showcases the intuitive original Edwardian layout with the living room on the front of the building, a large central dining room, then kitchen. Hallway split bath and then 2 bedroom and a sun room.
Behind the 2+ car garage is this social room where you can imagine many fun family gatherings throughout the mid-20th Century. Our plans show this space being combined with the lower flat and connecting with this, beautiful and potentially exclusive back yard.
The upper unit, 1856 Jefferson, has the same layout in the back half of the flat, however the walls were removed between the living and dining room, giving us the open layout. In 1955 the owners added a beautiful staircase and Penthouse with front and rear porches and roofs with incredible potential.
It is time to restore this Tower of Jewels.
Please contact us for a private tour!