Zephyr Real Estate’s Seth Skolnick Lists Historic 1882 Alamo Square Building

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1062 Fulton St. exterior

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1062 Fulton Street, Alamo Square, exterior

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1062 Fulton Street, Alamo Square, living room

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1062 Fulton Street, Alamo Square, interior

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SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Seth Skolnick, top producer at Zephyr Real Estate, has scored the listing for the historic Alamo Square building located at 1062 Fulton Street. This building is directly across the street from Alamo Square Park and is called the Charles Miner Goodall House, named for the steamship captain who once called it home. Built in 1882 and designed by Bay Area architect Charles Geddes, the massive residence is now a legal four-unit property.

This is an authentic Stick Style Grand Victorian and maintains many of its original distinctive characteristics including its grand portico entry, ceiling medallions, corbel brackets, original hardwood floors, bay windows, soaring ceiling heights and five marble fireplaces. The structure is now a mix of one, two and four-bedroom units with a clear and distinguished history. The owner’s unit is currently vacant and includes two-car parking.

Alamo Square is one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, and is well connected to public transportation and freeways. It is also home to the iconic Painted Ladies, the Archbishop’s Mansion and of course one of the City’s premier parks. Situated amid the Western Addition, Hayes Valley and North Panhandle neighborhoods, Alamo Square offers a balance of residential options, green space, dining and entertainment and delightful boutique shopping.

“This is one of the oldest surviving examples of Stick style architecture in San Francisco, and today it is a rare example of a legal four-unit in this area,” commented Seth Skolnick, listing agent. “I have an interesting connection to this listing because it was the first property I sold when I became a Realtor 15 years ago.”

Prior to establishing his real estate practice in 2002, Seth received his Bachelor's of Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. He taught Architecture Design and Architectural History & Theory at the California College of Arts in San Francisco, and founded 46 Degree Properties, dedicated to the sale of luxury properties of architectural importance.

The Alamo Square property is listed at $3,499,000. For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Seth at seth@zephyrsf.com or 415.652.3575.

About Zephyr Real Estate
Founded in 1978, Zephyr Real Estate is San Francisco’s No. 1 real estate firm with nearly $2.3 billion in gross sales and a current roster of more than 300 full-time agents. Zephyr’s highly-visited website has earned two web design awards, including the prestigious Interactive Media Award. Zephyr Real Estate is a member of the international relocation network, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World; the luxury real estate network, Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate; global luxury affiliate, Mayfair International; the local luxury marketing association, the Luxury Marketing Council of San Francisco; and the regional luxury real estate affiliation, the Artisan Group. Zephyr has eight locations across San Francisco, Marin, Alameda and San Mateo Counties and two brokerage affiliates in Sonoma County, all strategically positioned to serve a large customer base throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information, visit www.ZephyrRE.com.

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