A 110-year-old Presidio Heights home is in contract to sell for $7.35M

Local architect Frederick Meyer built the house

Frederick Meyer with : 3511 Jackson Street (Berkeley, Realtor.com)
Frederick Meyer with 3511 Jackson Street (Berkeley, Realtor.com)

A 110-year-old house in Presidio Heights designed by architect Frederick Meyer is in contract to sell for $7.4 million.

The 3,192-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bathroom home at 3511 Jackson Street, just south of San Francisco’s Presidio, was built in 1912 by architect Frederick Meyer and recently renovated by Butler Armsden, according to Zillow. It’s being sold by Chris Allick, creative director of experiences at DoorDash. The buyer wasn’t identified.

Situated on one of the few flat blocks in Presidio Heights, it has views from every room. Some of the updates, including new concrete foundations, reinforced steel, shear walls and hold-downs, were added to further secure the home in case of an earthquake or tremor.

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It has a modern kitchen with a breakfast nook and adjacent seating area that leads out to the manicured walk-out garden in the back yard. The home also has a formal dining room and large living room.

Each of the home’s four bedrooms has a marble en suite bathroom and the primary suite also has a private balcony that overlooks the yard. It also has a guest powder room and a two-car garage on the ground floor

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