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Shoehorned Home Sans Parking Fetches $3.5 Million

Shoehorned Home Sans Parking Fetches $3.5 Million

Purchased for $3.1 million in April of 2015, the 3,687-square-foot, four-bedroom Clarendon Heights home which was shoehorned between two existing homes, and originally built without any legal way to reach it, returned to the market listed for $3.695 million, or roughly $1,002 per square foot, this past February. Reduced... Read More »

Shoehorned Home Without Parking Fetches $3.1 Million

Shoehorned Home Without Parking Fetches $3.1 Million

Listed for $2.7 million a few weeks ago, the 3,687 square foot Clarendon Heights home which was shoehorned between two existing homes, and built without any legal way to reach it, has sold for $3.1 million with a newly permitted pedestrian path to the home having been poured and... Read More »

Shoehorned Onto Stanyan And Now In Contract

Shoehorned Onto Stanyan And Now In Contract

Shoehorned between two existing homes and built without any legal way to reach it, what was to be the garage for 1410 Stanyan became a family room and an un-permitted dirt path across the Stanyan Street public right of way, which runs adjacent to the home, was the subject of... Read More »

The Brand New House Built Without A Legal Way To Reach It

The Brand New House Built Without A Legal Way To Reach It

Despite neighbors’ objections, the construction of 1410 Stanyan Street was approved for development and finished last year, “pushed, squeezed shoehorned into the space between two existing homes,” one on Clarendon and the other on Mountain Spring Ave. The green space in front of the property is an undeveloped... Read More »

Amazing Infill: Pushed, Squeezed And Shoehorned Onto Stanyan

Amazing Infill: Pushed, Squeezed And Shoehorned Onto Stanyan

First approved for infill development in 2005 despite its neighbors’ objections, including one referring to the proposed project as “a source of oppression,” the construction of 1410 Stanyan commenced at the end of 2010 and is nearing completion. While the site is clearly visible in the pre-construction aerial view... Read More »