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Million Dollar Price Cut for the 2018 Showcase Home

Million Dollar Price Cut for the 2018 Showcase Home

As we first noted last month, while it’s certainly not unusual for Decorator Showcase homes to hit the market shortly after their ticketed showcasing has ended, they typically don’t hit the market a few days into their month-long run. But having hit the market with an $8.995 million price... Read More »

Decorator Showcase on the Market for $9 Million

Decorator Showcase on the Market for $9 Million

It’s certainly not unusual for Decorator Showcase homes to hit the market shortly after their ticketed showcasing has ended. But they typically don’t hit the market a few days into their month-long run. And having just opened its doors a few days ago, the 2018 Decorator Showcase home at... Read More »

Warm Thoughts of a Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and Stove

Warm Thoughts of a Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and Stove

As we wrote a year ago today, or technically tomorrow, “with Downton Abbey helping drive the trend, stainless steel and industrial ranges are out while old-school stoves with style, like La Cornue, are in. Even if only a CornuFé.” And speaking of CornuFé, the stove above was installed in... Read More »

With A Local Whale Landed, Another Mansion Is Reduced

With A Local Whale Landed, Another Mansion Is Reduced

As we wrote about 2901 Broadway this past January: With 1,727 days on the market, the list price for 2901 Broadway has just been reduced another $7,000,000, now asking $38,000,000 and now the second most expensive listing in San Francisco, just behind 2845 Broadway which was reduced to $38,500,000... Read More »

Designer Remnants on Vallejo

Designer Remnants on Vallejo

Having served as the Decorator Showcase canvas in 2011, and refuge for a Nazi spy long ago, 2950 Vallejo is back on the market and listed for $19,500,000 versus an unlisted asking price of $25,000,000 in 2008. The original owner of 2950 Vallejo Street was Wm. R. Clark, a... Read More »

Now Asking $38M (And Still Contributing Under $8K In Taxes Per Year)

Now Asking $38M (And Still Contributing Under $8K In Taxes Per Year)

As we reported when the list price for 2901 Broadway was reduced to $45,000,000 in 2009: It was the 2007 Decorator Showcase Home and has been on the market for over two years (an “official” DOM of 690). It was initially listed for $55,000,000 in early 2007 and received... Read More »

2950 Broadway Sells For $29,500,000 (And No, That’s Not A Typo)

2950 Broadway Sells For $29,500,000 (And No, That’s Not A Typo)

The sale of 2950 Broadway closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $29,500,000 ($2,682 per listed square foot). In the absolute, call it the second most expensive single-family home sale in San Francisco history, for as plugged-in people know, 2840 Broadway quietly sold for $33,000,000 this past... Read More »

A $3,000,000 Reduction (That Might Not Seem Like So Much To Some)

A $3,000,000 Reduction (That Might Not Seem Like So Much To Some)

It was the 2007 Decorator Showcase Home and has been on the market for over two years (an “official” DOM of 690). It was initially listed for $55,000,000 in early 2007 and received a rumored four offers a few months later (which were all countered at asking and all... Read More »

From Our Word On The Street To Officially On The Market: 2820 Scott

From Our Word On The Street To Officially On The Market: 2820 Scott

It’s been almost two months since we let our readers know that while not officially on the market 2820 Scott Street (a.k.a. the 2008 Decorator Showcase House) could be yours for “an offer north of $29,000,000.” And today, it’s officially on the market (although not on the MLS) with... Read More »

Decorator’s Delight (And Unrelated Architects’ Ire)

Decorator’s Delight (And Unrelated Architects’ Ire)

Okay, so put aside the old photos and get over the price, we’re looking for some “plugged-in” readers’ early reviews of the 2007 San Francisco Decorator Showcase (a.k.a. 2901 Broadway). Favorite rooms, ideas, or epiphanies? Clandestine photos or scanned images? Come on, you know we’d do the same for... Read More »