Million-Dollar ‘Light House Condo’ Hosts Game of Thrones Finale Viewing Party

On Sunday, May 19, a swanky condo mansion in Mission Dolores will host a Game of Thrones viewing party from 6:30 pm. to 11:30 p.m., with finale screening at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

The mansion is known as the “Light House” condo, a $6.795 Million dollar, recently-renovated, former Second Church of Christ Scientist building at 651 Dolores Street:

651 Dolores 2016

Photo: SocketSite

 

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How does it look inside?

Well, it comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 5,351 square feet.

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Details include walnut paneling, arched windows, arched plaster ceilings, oil-rubbed sconces, pendant chandeliers, and leaded-glass-paned windows.

Photo courtesy of lighthouseondolores.com
Photo courtesy of lighthouseondolores.com

Photo courtesy of lighthouseondolores.com

 

It was a one-time church that dates to 1915, designed by architect William H. Crim, who gave the building its signature dome and neoclassical look, according to SocketSite. The building was nearly condemned, until it was purchased in 2011 and refurbished into four tony townhomes.

 

Think you can watch the finale of Games of Thrones in a former almost-condemned church that’s now renovated into a modern stately manor? Yes!

 

“Come take a selfie on the Iron Throne, drink red wine, barley beer, or a white walker freeze and watch the series Finale in this palatial residence. We will have two viewings, GOT giveaways, Iron throne photo opps, and food to feed an entire unsullied army and dragons. Rumor is we may have a guest from the Starks, perhaps a Lannister, and may be even a baby dragon. Come as you are or your favorite character,” per the Facebook invitation here

If interested, register at this Eventbrite, click here

 

Events like this gets sold out very quickly. And if it already has, well, we can at least show you photos of what you’re missing out on:

Photos below courtesy of lighthouseondolores.com:

 

Sources: Kristen Stuecher Real Estate, Curbed SF, SocketSite

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