469 Clipper 2011
Borrowing from a tipster, 469 Clipper has returned to the MLS yesterday with a newly clipped list price (now asking $1,679,000), some newly painted bays, and an official “one” day on the market according to industry stats for the Noe Valley home.
Following a ground up renovation the rebuilt Victorian had returned to the market last August asking $2,299,000, was reduced a few times, and then withdrawn from the MLS in November last asking $1,849,000.
Now listed at 2,566 square feet, call it $654 per square foot at its current list price for the single-family home with “high ceilings, abundant natural light & high-end finishes.”
469 Clipper Kitchen
And once again, as the then 1,983 square foot property looked in 2009 when purchased for $750,000 (and in 2008 when sold for $1,020,000):
469 Clipper circa 2008 (Image Source: MapJack.com)
∙ Listing: 469 Clipper (3/3.5) 2,566 sqft – $1,679,000 [MLS]
From Apples-To-Apples To An Orange A Plum: 469 Clipper Returns [SocketSite]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by The Milkshake of Despair

    Is the house included with the garage ?
    Seems like the seller is serious about moving this item. Those are serious price chops.

  2. Posted by Geo

    yeah, its tough when those construction loans come due…They paid $750k for the shell, figure they spent what $250/ft² on the rehab? Cost of the loan — getting slim margins here I would suspect.

  3. Posted by mikey woodz

    will sell for sure now due to the painted bays
    [Editor’s Note: Good eyes and since noted above.]

  4. Posted by noearch

    The painted bays are so wrong. It’s just wrong.
    the open interior is hideous.

  5. Posted by lol

    Gray, gray, gray and more gray. Today’s decorators all read from the same soviet nostalgia book, which will be outdated in 3, 2, 1…

  6. Posted by MCM

    And you get to sit outside, on top of the garage, listening and breathing the fumes from the heavy traffic on Clipper.

  7. Posted by curmudgeon

    sold, $1.6

  8. Posted by sfrenegade

    What do you think they made on the transaction? Geo’s calculation suggest $1.39M spent.
    Just for reference, permits say $459,200 “To excavate basement, convert to habitable space; add two bedrooms, two baths, familiy rm. & library. Remodel main level, relocate bath, add 1/2 bath & open stairs to lower level, new deck @ side.” Two permits were added later to add an additional window on two floors and to change some exterior surface materials.

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