After 2,058 days on the market, the sale of 2901 Broadway closed escrow on Friday with a reported contract price of $28,250,000 to become the third most expensive single-family home to have ever sold in San Francisco.
The transfer tax paid to the City at the time of the sale should have been $712,500 and the annual property tax bill will now be around $330,000 a year, a little more than the $7,900 paid last year thanks to Proposition 13.
The most expensive home sale in the history of San Francisco remains 2840 Broadway at $33,000,000 while the penultimate position belongs to 2950 Broadway at $29,500,000.
And yes, by most accounts 2901 Broadway is a fixer. Take a peek inside.
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