“Laidley Manor” Breaks Glen Park Sales Record

“Laidley Manor” Breaks Glen Park Sales Record

Marketed on and off the MLS in 2017 as “the new preferred address of technology executives and game changers” for a $10M list price, 143 Laidley in Glen Park closed escrow this week for $9.7M.

The sale is the most expensive home ever sold on record in Glen Park. It’s also one of a handful of homes not located in north-end strongholds like Pacific Heights, Sea Cliff, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow, Nob/Russian/Telegraph Hills that have sold in the $10M range. The others were 737 Buena Vista in Ashbury Heights ($10M in 2014) and 1740 20th Street in Potrero Hill ($9.5M in 2015 and blogged about here).

Not much is visible from the sidewalk at 143 Laidley. Behind the low-slung wooden fence is a five-bedroom, five-bath house with 5320 square feet situated on a 4,996-square foot lot. The property was last sold in 2015 for $2M to a developer based in Woodside:

The sale will undoubtedly be an, uh, game changer that will encourage developers to pursue future projects of this scale in Glen Park.

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Zephyr Real Estate

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