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Anything But A Steel

Renovated Pacific Heights, San Francisco residence with Danielle Steel as a neighbour for sale for sum 652% higher than it sold for in 1994

 

A buyer wishing to live just to the north of Danielle Steel’s architecturally striking ‘Spreckels Mansion’ home can now purchase 1994 Jackson Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights.

 

For sale with agent Malin Giddings, the 5,490 square foot, 4-storey detached house offered includes not only 4 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, but also a bar, wine room, exercise room, elevator and barbecue. It comes with a 2-car garage, two balconies and a garden and is curiously described as having a “re-scripted aesthetic” that “caters to the 21st century family while incorporating the best finishes of yesterday and today”.

 

Built in 1940 and completely reconfigured by Ken Fulk – an “incredible… sprightly… design guru” with a client list ranging from Napster’s Sean Parker to Bebo’s Michael and Xochi Birch, according to Vanity Fair – £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) is sought for the house.

 

Indicative of the sharp rise in prices in the neighbourhood since it became popular with the titans of Silicon Valley, 1994 Jackson Street sold for $6.25 million in 2008 (the equivalent of $7.10 million, £5.55 million, €6.35 million or درهم26.09 million today) and $1.43 million in 1994 (the equivalent of $2.36 million, £1.84 million, €2.11 million or درهم8.67 million today). Plainly, now, this is a house that’s anything but a steal.

 

Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
Prior to renovation – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America as it was presented when sold in 2008
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
1994 Jackson Street today
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The house is set just beneath Danielle Steele’s ‘Spreckels Mansion’ (2080 Washington Street)
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
Danielle Steel and her palatial home
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
1994 Jackson Street (viewed from the side)
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The house has been made-over by San Francisco “man-about-town” Ken Fulk
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
He is famed for having designed homes for amongst others Michael and Xochi Birch
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The staircase of 1994 Jackson Street
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The house’s main reception space
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The dining room
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The kitchen
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
A colourfully carpeted entertaining area
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
A recreation room with a bar
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The master suite has a bedroom area, sitting area, dressing room, balcony and bathroom
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
Another of the four/five bedrooms in the house
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
The view
Anything But A Steel – 1994 Jackson Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California, CA 94109, United States of America – For sale for £8.40 million ($10.75 million, €9.62 million or درهم39.50 million) through Malin Giddings of SF Properties and designed by Ken Fulk – Next door to Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion at 2080 Washington Street
A floor plan of the space

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6 comments on “Anything But A Steel”

  1. If I had $10 million to spend on a house I wouldn’t buy anything in earthquake land San Francisco!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The decoration is SICK and the security risk of being on that steep hill corner is deranged!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What about runaway trucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hell………. NOOOOOOOOO………….. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Knock it down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wrecking ball opportunity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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