1438-1446 Jackson
Speaking of Dawson&Clinton developments, a plugged-in tipster notes that 1438 Jackson is back on the market and asking $1,629,000.
1438 Jackson: Kitchen
Once again, high-end finish and fixtures (Bulthaup, Miele, Subzero, Dornbracht, Lefroy Brooks, WET, Bonelli). And purchased for $1.5M at the beginning of the year.
∙ Listing: 1438 Jackson (3/2.5) 1,227 sqft – $1,629,000 [MLS]
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From Rendering To Reality (And The MLS): 1446 Jackson Street [SocketSite]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by condoshopper

    when i first looked at the price tag, i thought it was for the whole building.

  2. Posted by CameronRex

    How has this increased $129,000 in 10 months in this market? $1328/sq ft. Good luck with that.

  3. Posted by San FronziScheme

    $1327/sf? Any fools left around SF?

  4. Posted by Home Girl

    Cheap as chips compared to #25A 1200 California Street priced at — wait for it — $2,017/sq ft.

  5. Posted by Binnings Team

    Hopefully the sounds of kids at recess are music to your ears. Spring Valley Elementary is just across the way.

  6. Posted by Dede

    Looking at the listing – an HOA but no dues – fishy…

  7. Posted by tipster

    Seems hard to imagine that they’d get more than $1000 psf in that neighborhood, tho maybe it’s really nice inside and they’ll get more. If they get $1K/psf, that’s about $20K per month in lost equity. Tack on the PITI costs and the realtor fees. So it cost them about $1000 per day to live there. Hope they enjoyed it!

  8. Posted by ex SF-er

    i’m continually amazed at the churn that exists in SF Real Estate listings given the paucity of overall listings for sale. Things evidently either never sell or they sell again and again in just a few short years (or months even)
    although one has to think that part of what’s happening now may be due to financial dislocations.

  9. Posted by eddy

    lest wenot forget that these flew off the shelves back in the day. times do change.

  10. Posted by Kealoha

    That is just so very ugly from the front. That will look dated and tired in 10 years from now.

  11. Posted by diemos

    asking for the previous price plus selling costs is just so 2007.

  12. Posted by amused

    It would appear that Smoove B wrote the sales copy.

  13. Posted by blaise5000

    very Smoove B! Damn.

  14. Posted by ottoman

    I looked at this property in 06 when it was a 1905 2 unit that needed a lot of work. Back then they wanted $1.75 million for the whole thing. The owner had plans for building multiple units in the backyard, and adding a garage. I wonder what the developers paid for it.

  15. Posted by Foolio

    Anybody know what 1446 Jackson (unit 1 here) sold for?

  16. Posted by CameronRex

    Dede – HOA without dues is very possibly when its just a 2 unit. Sometimes the owners will just agree to pay for things that come up jointly. I lived in this sort of arrangement for years and the other owner and I just felt it was easier to not manage a separate HOA account. But the HOA itself is a requirement of being a condo.

  17. Posted by sunnyvalesteve

    Interesting, if you look at the rendering pictured with the Dec. 2007 SS article, it shows a much more attractive gray stone instead of the ugly brick on the facade. Wonder why they changed??

  18. Posted by Foolio

    @Cameron:
    Yes, but this is a 4-unit building.

  19. Posted by Dede

    CameronRex – Thank you for your comment. I can understand with a two unit building with zero monthly dues. You have to go in eyes wide open knowing you can be surprised.
    A four unit building and up is another question. I don’t think it is a terribly responsible way to run an HOA – especially considering the relatively new requirement to perform a reserve study and create a funding plan which much formally be adopted. Never mind all the other important HOA issues and the need to maintain the building and common area. HOAs are essentially private governments and if you have a litigious member, good luck.
    I guess what I would say is that I would discount the value of the property when compared to a another where there is a more responsible HOA. Especially in a buyers market.

  20. Posted by Oceangoer

    I am in a 3-unit building with an HOA, with a relatively small monthly payment and no reserve account. Everything major that comes up requires a special assessment. This requires good communication and equanimity between owners. It is absolutely not something I would go into again. A 4-unit building with no fees and relying on owners to sort out payments as they come up? Forget about it.

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