Property Porn: Live in Gavin Newsom’s Former Mansion for Only $3.5M

19 Mar

Property Porn: Live in Gavin Newsom’s Former Mansion for Only $3.5M

Before he was lieutenant governor and offering to debate Donald Trump “anytime and anywhere,” Gavin Newsom rested his perfectly coiffed head at this stately Buena Vista abode.

While it’s been quite some time since our handsome ex-mayor called this two-story mansion home (he and his equally attractive family fled to Marin County in 2011), there’s no saying what kind of local history was made within the vividly painted walls or what government deals were decided over a glass of Scotch and a passed joint.

After the Newsom family headed across the Golden Gate Bridge, the house on Masonic Avenue was owned and remodeled by local interior designer Candace Barnes, who sold it to the current owners, who injected the place with a lot of, umm, color.

And while the next owner may need to rescue this not-so-humble abode from the late 1980s (there’s a violet bedroom with purple bedding and orange pillows, y’all), there’s no denying the amazing views and prime Buena Vista Park location. Take a look in the slideshow above.

Here are the specs:

Location: 1581 Masonic Avenue, San Francisco

Asking Price: $3,495,000

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms:

Year Built: 1915

Source : 7×7.com