2680 Green Street

As we first reported a few months ago, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street was purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010, was completely renovated as “a masterwork in sustainability and design,” and was about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000.  And now it has.

2680 Green Street Kitchen

In addition to being LEED for Home Platinum certified, the project which was designed by Ken Linsteadt Architects and Integral Impact for Troon Pacific is aiming to be the largest single family home renovation to be certified as a hyper-efficient “Passive Home” without skimping on design.

2680 Green Street View

2680 Green Street by the numbers: 4 bedrooms; 6.5 baths; 4,700 square feet.  And a few big views.

2680 Green Street Roof Deck

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Sam

    Amazing view.

  2. Posted by eddy

    One other important number: 13,000,000/4700= $2766/psf

    Nice place for Cow Hallow. Agree with Denis that this was a very very good buy in 2010. These folks find the best deals and strike quick. Last few properties all share the same trait of having been sold for the fist time in many years. Interesting.

  3. Posted by Somabound

    That roof deck doesn’t look legal… No guardrail

    • Posted by jlasf

      On the left of the picture, there is a glass rail. I wonder if that wraps around the whole deck, but can’t be seen in the photos.

      • Posted by Mike

        If you look at the listing links pictures you will see the glass rail wrapping around (pic # 14).

  4. Posted by goldenlasso

    I don’t know much about flipping or contracting, what do you think the profit is if sold at asking?

  5. Posted by Steve

    It’s nice, but such a shame that they felt they had to take away all the original detail to do it. Like a commenter on Curbed opined – it has about as much charm as an apple store.

  6. Posted by MarinaBoy

    I would think they invested close to $4 million in construction costs!

    • Posted by soccermom

      How did you come up with that number for construction costs?

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