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Purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010 and looking a little less modern at the time, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street is about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000 as a completely renovated, “ultra-sustainable” residence with applications for LEED Platinum and Passive Home certification underway.

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A glass staircase and elevator now connect the home’s four levels, with four bedrooms and marble aplenty in the kitchen and baths.

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And of course, there’s fire in the outdoor areas and some rather big views of the bay:

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by mikey woodz

    Nicely done! 14.5m

  2. Posted by onlooker

    Tell me why almost all styled real estate must have some kind of animal skin prominently displayed on the floor?

  3. Posted by AnonArch

    Looking at the pictures I would have thought this was a Rick Teed/Butch Haze project, but since it is listed with Pacific Union, I guess not? Does anyone know who the builder/developer was? Nicely done.

  4. Posted by Anon

    Developer = Troon Pacific

  5. Posted by Denis

    These are the same developers that did 2750 Vallejo and 2342 Broadway, both featured on Socketsite. This will sell quickly, but my guess is at asking… I still wonder if the 2010 sale was an arms length transaction. Buying any property even in 2010 on the north side of Green for 3.1 seems like a steal..

  6. Posted by lolcat_94123

    As someone who is renovating a master bath for the first time – what are the general reader thoughts on those ceiling ‘rainfall’ shower heads?
    Are they neat for a day then impractical and useless, or can they work as an every day shower head?

  7. Posted by Denis

    I have a rain shower and a normal shower head in my bathroom… and personally, I don’t care for the rain shower. Depending on your setting, it really dumps water on you and it seems kind of wasteful. I find it uncomfortable . Maybe some people love them… They certainly look cool, but I don’t find it practical at all..

  8. Posted by soccermom

    Does a developer pay standard commission rates on this kind of listing?
    Does a listing agent really add 260k of value?
    This is not intended to be sarcastic.

  9. Posted by BobN

    Tell me why almost all styled real estate must have some kind of animal skin prominently displayed on the floor?
    The house is so “green”, that wild animals flock to it. Then they get shot and serve as rugs.

  10. Posted by Denis

    Soccermom, I don’t have any real knowledge of this, but the same realtor has listed all the D7 properties from this developer. I’m guessing she has some type of deal with them and isn’t getting a standard 2%… but really I don’t know.

  11. Posted by soccermom

    @Denis – Thanks for that observation about getting all of the developer’s listings.
    I can understand the argument for the selling agent (who produces a high dollar bid) getting a large commission, but unless the listing agent is able to provide a reliable flow of potential future acquisitions for the developer, I have a hard time reconciling the numbers….

  12. Posted by Lori

    Tell me why almost all styled real estate must have some kind of animal skin prominently displayed on the floor?
    The house is so “green”, that wild animals flock to it. Then they get shot and serve as rugs.
    OK someone owes me a new keyboard. I just spit out my drink all over it.

  13. Posted by wrath

    Looks an RH showroom

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