Cow Hollow Hideaway Battles Low Curb Appeal

Cow Hollow Hideaway Battles Low Curb Appeal

14 Harris Place isn’t stunning to see from the curb, but the home has been featured in various design books in the past. Situated at the end of a small street off Laguna between Filbert and Greenwich, this 3BR/2.5BA home has a master suite on the third floor with partial views of Angel Island and Mount Tam.

There’s an open floor plan with a loft-like feel, and the living room has 17′ ceilings and looks out through walls of glass at a private garden with hot tub. The price tag for all this? $2,150,000. The property last sold in 1999 for $525,000.

2 responses to “Cow Hollow Hideaway Battles Low Curb Appeal”

  1. SF-Rocks says:

    Seriously 2.15? What are they thinking?

    • insidesfre says:

      They’re thinking it’s their own house, and they should be able to get $2,150,000. It’s been 28 days on the market, and no takers so far at this price.

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