You can’t miss 67-69 Belcher Street. The vine-covered former furniture warehouse with a distinctive double-domed roofline sits just a block from Duboce Park. Built in 1915, it was transformed into an artists’ studio and residence in the mid-1980s.
It has only changed hands a few times since then and last came to market in 2015 asking $12.5 million. A tech CEO purchased the home for $9.35 million, according to listing agent Mary Lou Castellanos. After several years of going through the planning, design and approval process to create an even larger single-family home at the currently 19,000 square-foot-property, the owner “has moved on in a different direction,” she said. He is now putting the property, including the approved plans, on the market for $10 million.