The house, which is licensed with the city as a two-family dwelling with no residential care permitting, fell under scrutiny after police responded to a call for medical attention and discovered possible elder abuse, according to the Chronicle.
Reports indicate that one person was detained for questioning, though no arrests have been made yet. So far, the city's Human Services Agency (the home of Adult Protective Services) and police are investigating the building's owner and manager.
According to city records, the building, which was built in 1906, has eight rooms on 2 stories. everal real-estate websites indicate that the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom 1,948-square-foot home is listed for sale at $2.8 million.
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