Imprisoned SF real estate tycoon’s mansion status remains up in air (correction)

Update: Not so fast. Although Zillow still holds this home sold on December 20 for $18.8 million, bankruptcy lawyer Ruth Auerbach—who represents Brugnara’s wife in ongoing legal conflicts about his properties—tells Curbed SF that the house has not sold, nor is still on the market. Realtor Mark Allen Levinson, who handled the attempted sale in 2016 and 2017, no longer features the property on Pacific Union.


The six bed, five bath, Mediterranean style house at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue is not your average eight-figure Sea Cliff abode.

For starters, when it listed in December of 2016 realtor Mark Allan Levinson candidly told Curbed SF that the historic and once beautiful home was “in very tired condition” and “more of a shell right now,” listing it without interior photos.

And yet the place still asked an unbelievable $19.6 million, making it San Francisco’s most

Read More at: https://sf.curbed.com/2017/12/27/16821434/224-seacliff-brugnara-lucky-luke-sold

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