It didn’t sell last year when it was listed for $5,495,000 (having been reduced down from $6,450,000). Nor does it appear to have been rented for the Craigslist advertised $33,000 a month (we hope nobody was using that as their benchmark). But that’s not stopping 2502 Leavenworth from returning to the market and seeking $5,995,000.
The listing does note “[r]ecently added about 3000 sqft,” but we’re pretty sure that’s “recently” as in 2006 (not as in since the last listing). And it’s the first time we’ve seen a listing for a single-family home in San Francisco tout, “condo alternative.” The times they are a-changin’ (in more ways than one).
∙ Listing: 2502 Leavenworth (5/4.5) – $5,995,000 [2502leavenworth.com] [MLS]
∙ Buy It For Fifty Percent Less, Or Rent It For Thirty Percent More [SocketSite]
∙ RealRecentReductions: You’ve Seen These Before (Will You Again?) [SocketSite]