December 11, 2013

Offer Date For High-End Noe Home Comes And Goes, Reduced

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Listed for $3,400,000 on November 10 with "Offers Due" at 1pm on November 21, the high-end Noe Valley home at 1612 Church Street remains on the market and its list price has been reduced by 9 percent to $3,095,000. A new due date hasn't been listed for the home.

First Published: December 11, 2013 9:00 AM

Comments from "Plugged In" Readers

could it be? the foot is off the gas. Surprised that this did not get scooped up by some overly liquid tech weenie. Well done.

Posted by: Ta hoe at December 11, 2013 9:16 AM

Jealousy is an ugly trait. Better cover your mirrors, Ta hoe.

Posted by: overly liquid tech weenie at December 11, 2013 9:22 AM

No square footage listed. So even at 3000 sq ft... it's still listed above $1000 sq foot.

Posted by: chitrana at December 11, 2013 9:35 AM

It's a beautiful home but it looks over developed compared to the block. It also has a concrete muni pole directly in front and has the J-Church clattering by all the time.

Id rather have something less flash for the price, but on a better street.

Posted by: wc1 at December 11, 2013 9:36 AM

Not a huge surprise after seeing the inside of the place and the relatively small lot. While very nice with high end fixtures, the $3.4MM list price seemed high for a 3 bedroom with no real backyard...

1774 Church, which recently closed for $2.95MM, seemed like a much better property. More square feet, more bedrooms, and a real backyard...

Posted by: Faye T. Compli at December 11, 2013 9:41 AM

"The foot is off the gas" said tipster. Idk. This was priced too high. At 2.995m i bet they would've gotten overbids.

Posted by: Trutht at December 11, 2013 9:45 AM

Overly liquid, no disrespect and good for you (no jealous. my accounts are just fine thanks), but you have to admit the tech dollar driven markets are a bit obsurd. Has been the norm for a while and supply and demand economics, but for all involved i would like to see a bit of normalization in the market. i think we are leveling out.

Posted by: Ta hoe at December 11, 2013 9:56 AM

Not sure we are levelling out. I think median price per sq foot hit successively record highs for each of the weeks in November and into first two Mondays of December. Which all seems a littlr bit, well, unseasonal...

Posted by: DontfeattheREpa at December 11, 2013 10:42 AM

Maybe prospective buyers saw the gap between the window and the frame in one of the bedrooms overlooking Church Street. (Construction reminiscent of the Soviets). If there was something as egregious as that, God knows what other flaws there were. And then there are the hidden flaws...for that price one would expect fine construction not just the superficial fun stuff.

Posted by: noe mom at December 11, 2013 10:58 AM

A agree with Faye T. Compli, this one seems to lack in a number of areas with 1774, and the available listing at 2220 Castro. I noticed the lack of a view (unlike the other two) plus the entire lower level seems like a basement. That property to the rear is also very close, which does not help things.

Posted by: Gur at December 11, 2013 2:20 PM

The pricing of those two, 1774 and 1612, should have been reversed. That 1774 realtor was clueless.

Posted by: anon at December 11, 2013 2:51 PM

off the market..i would expect it would be re-listed in a month at a slightly lower price.

Posted by: Faye T. Compli at December 14, 2013 10:45 AM

sold for $3.225mm..

Posted by: fay t compli at January 15, 2014 4:06 PM

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