A rare opportunity to purchase three architecturally significant buildings on Alamo Square.
• 719 Scott Street
Has a roofline and cantilevered circular corner bay windows in the Queen Anne style, the exterior ornamentation and oval stained glass window are neo-classic, inspired by the â€œwhite cityâ€ buildings in the exposition of the Chicago Worldâ€™s Fair in 1892. The downstairs entry double parlour and formal dining room retain the original floor plan, while upstairs the rooms have been modified by creating bedroom suites.
• 1201 Fulton Street
Designed by San Francisco architect, Edgar Mathews, a protoge of Bernard Maybeck. This Tudor-revival home is noted for its geometric, low-horizontal shape and the stucco finish with half-timbering. The prominent high pitched hip roof with small rectangular dormers, leaded glass windows and decorative mullions contrast with the prevailing Victorian architectural styles on the Square. Its original open Arts and Crafts living room with built-in elevated seating reflects Mathews commitment to the use of natural materials with muted colors and clean single lines. The upstairs bedrooms are now en suite. Note: These two buildings are currently being used as a Bed & Breakfast Inn & Reception Hall. Business will be terminated.
• 1225-1229 Fulton Street
Originally three large Edwardian flats, has been modified by the addition of two non-permitted basement apartments and spacious rear decks overlooking a south-facing garden with access from the dining/sitting rooms of the three bedroom, one bath flats. Much of the period detail remains intact. The top flat is tenant occupied @ $1306/month. The basement front apartment is tenant occupied @ $624/month.
There are also multiple parking areas. Although the buildings are currently on one lot, the possibility of returning the parcel to its original three lot configuration should be reviewed.
Note: 50% interest of Volume 09; Block 1181; Lot 001 (719 Scott, 1201 Fulton and 1225-29 Fulton) is being sold as a probate, namely, the Klaus E. May Rev. Trust, which requires court confirmation and is subject to the signature of the fiduciary of the Klaus E. May Rev. Trust. 50% interest is being sold as the Wayne M. Corn Rev Trust, which will also be subject to court approval. Only the agent representing the successful overbid will receive any commission offered by the listing agents, offered through the SFAR MLS, and is subject to court approval. The disclosures required from each separate interest is addressed by them individually. Bids will be opened on Friday April 29, 2005 at the law offices of Ernest Der, 101 Howard St., suite 490 San Francisco, and should be on a CAR probate purchase contract, submitted together with a deposit check for 5% of the purchase price.
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