January 22, 2017

2660 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights

Entry detail
8,870 square foot slate roofed Georgian Revival style manse built in 1930.

Last sold for $2.16 million in 1996. Current estimates value the property at about $12.1 million.

The City has assessed this property at $3.4 million. 2016-2017 property taxes are $40K.

Typical GEORGIAN Features
Window detail
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✦ Symmetry, centered façade entry with windows aligned horizontally and vertically
✦ One or two-story box, two rooms deep
✦ Commonly side-gabled and sometimes with a gambrel or hipped roof
✦ Entry with decorative crown (entablature)

✦ Cornice emphasized by decorative moldings, commonly dentils
✦ Double-hung windows with 9 or 12 panes separated muntins
✦ Five-bay façade (less commonly three or seven)
✦ Center or paired chimneys
✦ Pedimented windows and dormers
✦ Belt course between stories
✦ Quoins of stone or wood imitating stone
✦ Roof balustrades
Dormers, dentils and slate roof detail