That’s $555,000 over the original ask of $1.495 million. No word when the new owner will continue to keep the exterior paint project.
Blue, red, and yellowish punctuate a facade made up of vertical and horizontal black lines against a white canvas, akin to Composition with Red Blue and Yellow, that the grid-based painting for which Mondrian is known. The artist’s color-blocking design inspired everything from a 1965 Yves Saint Laurent Mondrian dress collection into some 2016 cake in SFMOMA to the otherwise nondescript abode in the Outer Sunset, which has retained its look going for 20 years.
Featuring two bedrooms, 1 bath, and 2 stories, the home is situated across the street from the shore. The living room includes a picture window that frames the Pacific well, giving a run for its money to the front of the home. The garden has been recently landscaped to offer you a more contemporary vibe.
Word to lovers of this residence: there is no need that the owner need maintain its exterior While many San Franciscans love whimsy.
Update: The Outer Sunset home bearing a paint project Piet Mondrian’s most renowned work over inquiring, netting $ 2,050,000, sold.
Features facade that looks like painter work