Presidio Heights TIC
SAN FRANCISCO, California
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2 bed/1.1 bath
An exceptionally remodeled top floor unit that retains all of the original splendor of this architecturally significant Presidio Heights Mission Revival building, designed by Charles Oliver Clausen. Beautiful bay windows look out onto the Temple Emanu-El, Presidio Terrace and the Arguello Gates of the historic San Francisco Presidio. 112 Arguello Boulevard is situated within an exclusive enclave of important homes and offers walking access to the Presidio Golf Course, tennis courts, and the playgrounds of Mountain Lake Park.
Architecturally significant, walking access to the park.
WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX
Charles Oliver Clausen-designed building
- • A History Lesson:
- • This building was designed by Charles Oliver Clausen. Clausen was born September 13, 1886 in Napa, California and raised in in San Francisco. He started work as a draftsman with the architectural firm of Meyer & O'Brien.
- • Clausen began his career designing in the Mission Revival style, which was popular at the time. Examples of his buildings include: in Pacific Heights, the triplex at 2853-57 Clay (1910) and the 12 apartments, now condos, at 2760 Sacramento (1923); in Presidio Heights, the home at 3600 Jackson and the 6 apartments at 112 Arguello (both in 1918); and on Russian Hill, the 7 apartments at 1457 Jones (1913), the 12-unit building, now condos, at 2363 Larkin (1923), and the 10-unit luxury cooperative apartment building at 2240 Hyde (1926).
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AGENT / FIRM
Linda Bettencourt, Sotheby's