A 1-bedroom, 1-bath remodeled condo at 66 Macondray Lane, which was recast as Barbary Lane in Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City, was just listed on the market for $525,000. The listing reads:
Whimsical Macondray Lane remodeled 1bed/1bath view condo. Gorgeous hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace, recessed lighting, private deck and magical views from the living/dining of Coit Tower and St. Peter & Paul. The kitchen has been tastefully remodeled with granite and stainless appliances. Master suite with built-in closet system, and newly tiled bath. Additional storage/laundry. Walk the steps of Armistead Maupin’s Barbary Lane of Tales of the City; truly quintessential San Francisco
Macondray Lane is also on the National Register of Historic Places, as it appears as “a right-of-way on an 1859 USGS map.” The name “Macondray” dates from 1923 and honors San Francisco merchant Frederick W. Macondray. In 1910, the tenants of this building in particular (58-66 Macondray Lane) were a furniture carver, a milliner, a theater misician, a bookkeeper, a jeweler, and two electricians.
Who will be next?