This sleek San Francisco home played host to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones

A brief history-wealthy Bay Area home which was when a hub for rock ‘n’ roll stars is available on the market for $2,495,000.

Built-in 1907, this property has located a few of the finest music functions in our time – and it is beautiful.

Tom Donahue, a united states rock ‘n roll radio dj, record producer and concert promoter, resided within the 1960s while running KMPX and organizing several concerts, including individuals for that Beatles and also the Moving Gemstones.

Donohue also introduced Phil Lesh, Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir along with Warner Siblings to sign The Grateful Dead’s first recording contract, all at 118 Alta Street.

It is also rumored that, at that time, the house’s walls were engrossed in gold records, and lots of famous rock stars frequented the home regularly.

It boasts sweeping views of San Francisco’s legendary skyline, and it has a wide open-concept layout with living, dining, and family rooms plus a chef’s kitchen boasting stainless appliances.

The house is three storeys, with three bedrooms, three bathrooms along with a versatile layout.

The very best floor has a primary suite and residential office with individuals stunning city vistas.

The house sits underneath the Coit Tower, a 210-feet tower within the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of Bay Area, California, offering breathtaking views within the city and also the bay.

The tower, within the city’s Pioneer Park, was built between 1932 and 1933 using Lillie Hitchcock Coit’s bequest to enhance the town of Bay Area. It had been put into the nation’s Register of Historic Places on The month of january 29, 2008

The skill deco tower, built of unpainted reinforced concrete, was created by architects Arthur Brown, Junior. and Henry Howard. The inside features fresco murals within the American Social Realism style, colored by 25 different onsite artists as well as their numerous assistants, plus two additional works of art installed after creation offsite.

Telegraph Hill, the tower’s location, continues to be referred to as ‘the most optimal all over viewing indicate the Bay Area Bay and five surrounding counties’.

The house is listed using the Payton Binnings Team at Artemis Property for $2,495,000. Full property description is below.