Former San Francisco school board member Alison Collins and her husband, real estate developer Chris Collins, have put their Russian Hill property up for sale despite at least one unresolved building code violation.
The three-story home costs $2.9 million and is being marketed by brokerage firm Compass, according to a property listing notable for its “gracious master suite with expansive city views, walk-in rainfall shower and freestanding slipper tub, and wet bar.” in the hallway that serves advertises as a coffee station and curated pantry.” The nearly 3,000-square-foot property features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two offices, and two wet bars.
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