Cloud billing CEO Brian Bogosian sold his Parisian-style Presidio Heights estate for $18.5 million, or about $2,600 per square foot, making it the third-priciest property in San Francisco this year.

Bogosian and his wife, Lisa, bought 3410 Jackson Street, a block from the Presidio Wall, in 2010 for $7.5 million, according to public records. They previously spent time in Paris, and the City of Light was the muse behind their five-year makeover, they told Interior magazine in 2015 when the extensive renovation was completed.

them A five-bedroom, 5.5-bath home with approximately 7,100 square feet is listed for $23.5 million Real estate agent Nina Hatvany of Compass told us that at the end of February they wanted to downsize elsewhere in the city because their kids were growing up. TRD then. The price dropped to just under $20 million in late April, and the contract was signed shortly thereafter. It sold on May 5 for $18.5 million, a little more than 20% below its original asking price.

Ted Bartlett, also of Compass, represented the buyer. He said he could not discuss the deal because of a non-disclosure agreement signed by both parties. The home was purchased by 3410 Jackson Street LLC, which lists a Dallas mailing address, according to property and state filing records. The address matches the residences of real estate attorney John Theirl and his wife, Kelly Harris, a CPA who runs a management consulting and recruiting firm”focused on assisting the CFO and CIO suite,” According to its website.

Seller Bogosian is the CEO of, a cloud-based recurring billing platform for subscription sales for e-commerce companies. Its customers include TrulyFree laundry detergent, Bang energy drink and Tasting Room wine club, according to the company’s website.

The residence is San Francisco’s third-largest deal so far this year.back slow decline And starting from 2023, the city’s ultra-luxury market seems to have picked up.March, another Cloud-connected owner’s Presidio Heights home sells for $34.5 millionthe largest sale so far this year and on par with the most expensive Full Year 2022 Sales. No other San Francisco home has crossed the $30 million mark so far; wine group founder Arthur Ciocca’s estate-owned Sea Cliff home is Second-largest sale of the year, $20 million traded in April.

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