The Record: Lovely Belle Epoque Mansion on Nob Hill Sells For $9.75M

Where: 1230 Sacramento Street, Nob Hill
Sold For: $9,750,000
What: An exuberant French Second Empire Style mansion built in 1915 by architect Arthur Laib. Tucked between two other equally-exuberant Laib buildings and on one of Nob Hill's most elegant blocks, the 3-bed, 3.5-bath is an eminently manageable mansion, with a 4-car garage, an elevator to all four levels, and a variety of outdoor spaces, including a verdant rooftop terrace looking out over Huntington Park and up to the bell towers of Grace Cathedral across the street.



The Team: The property was co-listed by two of San Francisco’s top agents, Neal Ward of McGuire and Malin Giddings of Coldwell Banker Previews. The main level below, is loaded with overscaled Belle Epoque details throughout.




What We Love: The pair of terraces flanking the pentroom, and the magical views.

More: Check out the listing for additional details and floor plans.



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