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Curbed Spotlights Ted Bartlett’s Willis Polk Gem in Pac Heights

Willis Polk Tudor Revival in Pac Heights asks $5.8 million

With bathrooms boasting Transamerica Pyramid and Golden Gate Bridge tile work

Willis Polk designed some of the dreamiest abodes in the city. Most notably? The Hobart Building, the Pacific-Union Club, and this strip of Edwardians in Nob Hill. Just to name a few.

Another Willis Polk treasure landed on the market recently, this specimen located in Pacific Heights. Designed in the Tudor Revival style, 2015 Pacific features five beds, six baths, and four floors.

Highlights include dining room with coffered ceilings, brick/wood patios, grand staircase, guest apartment, and (most charming of all) contemporary tile work in the bathrooms of the Transamerica Pyramid and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Last sold in 1975 for only $180,000, it returns to the market for $5,850,000.

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