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Magical Home, Magnificent Views in this Macondray Lane Masterpiece

Magical Home, Magnificent Views in this Macondray Lane Masterpiece

Maybe you’ve strolled the Macondray Lane in search of the parrots, or descended the Taylor Street steps in awe of the panoramic view. Now you could live on Macondary Lane. This 3-level, 4 bed, 4 bath Russian Hill abode is for sale, offering you a rare chance to take up residence in one of San Francisco’s most iconic locations and perhaps the inspiration for Armistad Maupin’s Tales of the City.

Almost every square foot (2,635 in total) looks out toward the Bay: Coit Tower, Alcatraz, the water– if there is a postcard picturing it, you can see it

from one of the many huge windows here. Don’t miss two fireplaces (one in the master suite), decks off every level, and a fully-equipped in-law apartment.


Crowning it all is a roof deck that promises to host the best sunset/Blue Angel viewing/4th of July parties in the city.

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-Neill Bassi of Sotheby’s holds the listing.



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