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Truth in Advertising

Truth in Advertising

Having been “marketed to those with Vision and Experience who can see the potential of this diamond in the rough,” the three-bedroom Noe Valley home without a garage at 374 Valley Street was purchased for $1.5 million in September of 2016. Since remodeled, “featuring luxury finishes throughout with new... Read More »

Only in San Francisco, Take Two

Only in San Francisco, Take Two

If the whitewashing of ornate detailing and original woodwork in the name of modernizing drives you crazy, now’s the time to look away. Purchased for $2.55 million last year, the “Exceptional Eureka Valley Home” at 3751-3753 17th Street, which had been “lovingly curated” by the same owner for over... Read More »

A near Record-Setting Sunnyside Sale

A near Record-Setting Sunnyside Sale

Purchased as a 1,300-square-foot house, with two bedrooms and two baths, for $760,000 in October of 2007, the Sunnyside home at 643 Mangels Avenue, just below Miraloma and to the west of Glen Park, resold for $527,000 in November of 2011. Since completely rebuilt and expanded to 2,300 square... Read More »

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Listed for $1.395 million in July of 2014, reduced to $1.295 million that August and then re-listed anew for “$995,000” the next month, the 1,229-square-foot unit #310 in the iconic Heublein Building at 601 4th Street officially sold with “multiple offers!” and an “over asking” contract price of $1,095,000... Read More »

Ironic Decor and Reduction for a Remodeled ‘Penthouse’ Loft

Ironic Decor and Reduction for a Remodeled ‘Penthouse’ Loft

Purchased for $1.65 million in May of 2016, the 2,000-ish-square-foot unit #403 on the fourth floor of 767 Bryant Street returned to the market listed for $1.75 million this past June having been completed remodeled “from the studs up,” with high-end and custom finishes throughout and the phrase, “Success... Read More »

High-End Cow Hollow Home Fetches 2014-Era Price

High-End Cow Hollow Home Fetches 2014-Era Price

Purchased as a 2,320-square-foot home “with wonderful period detail” for $1.4 million in 2009, 2652 Chestnut Street returned to the market as a contemporary 4,870-square-foot home with an extra floor in 2014 and sold for $7.025 million that June. Listed for $7.539 million this past October, “with luxurious finishes... Read More »

Prime Noe Valley Take Two

Prime Noe Valley Take Two

Purchased mid-renovation for $3.8 million in February 2015, the four-bedroom Noe Valley home at 4316 25th Street returned to the market as a finished flip this past September, priced at $4.9 million or roughly $1,284 per square foot for the “fully renovated Victorian gem” on a prime Noe Valley... Read More »

A Stunning Alamo Square Renovation and Hidden $7.3 Million Home

A Stunning Alamo Square Renovation and Hidden $7.3 Million Home

Purchased as a dilapidated four-unit building which had been completely stripped of its architectural integrity for $975,000 back in 2012, the complete transformation of the historic Alamo Square home at 1164 Fulton Street has been completed, as plugged-in people knew to expect. Behind the home’s new façade, which was... Read More »

Lovingly Remodeled, Sold for $3.8M and Now Remodeled Anew

Lovingly Remodeled, Sold for $3.8M and Now Remodeled Anew

Having been “lovingly remodeled,” the nearly 4,000-square-foot home at 2526 Francisco Street hit the market in 2014 listed as a “gorgeous family-friendly Marina home with 3 levels of fabulous living space” for $3.885 million and sold for $3.8 million that October, touting a “fabulous kitchen w/ high-end stainless appliances”:... Read More »

Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Listed for $1.1 million in March, the well kept and “tastefully updated” Richmond District home at 834 30th Avenue – with two large bedrooms, a formal dining room and a breakfast nook – sold for $1.27 million in April, or roughly $1,036 per listed square foot (which doesn’t include... Read More »