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Remodeled, Repositioned And…Reduced

Remodeled, Repositioned And…Reduced

As we reported late last month: Purchased for $1,412,000 three months ago, the Glen Park home at 1750 Noe Street has undergone a quick renovation, remodeling and re-positioning to “the outskirts of Noe Valley.” According to the permits, the project did not include any structural changes other than the relocation of the bathroom on the Read More »

A Three-Month Flip “On The Outskirts Of Noe” For $1.3M More?

A Three-Month Flip “On The Outskirts Of Noe” For $1.3M More?

Purchased for $1,412,000 three months ago, the Glen Park home at 1750 Noe Street has undergone a quick renovation, remodeling and re-positioning to “the outskirts of Noe Valley.” According to the permits, the project did not include any structural changes other than the relocation of the bathroom on the ground floor, but it did include Read More »

From $1.4M Four Years Ago To $2.3M Today

From $1.4M Four Years Ago To $2.3M Today

Purchased for $1,945,000 in 2007, the modern Noe Valley home at 1420 Douglass Street was foreclosed upon in 2010 and re-sold  by the bank for $1,440,000 four years ago. Listed for “$1,795,000” three weeks ago, the sale of the three-bedroom home with an open floor plan divided by a familiar two-way fireplace and staircase has just closed escrow with a Read More »

Foreclosed Upon In 2010, A Familiar Noe Valley Home Returns

Foreclosed Upon In 2010, A Familiar Noe Valley Home Returns

Foreclosed upon in 2010 having been purchased for $1,945,000 in 2007, the remodeled Noe Valley home at 1420 Douglass Street re-sold for $1,440,000 four years ago.  Today, the contemporary three-bedroom home with an open floor plan divided by a familiar two-way fireplace is back on the market and listed for $1,795,000. The kitchen is decked out Read More »

Noe Valley “Penthouse” Battle: Neighbors Say No, Planning Says…

Noe Valley “Penthouse” Battle: Neighbors Say No, Planning Says…

With neighbors having organized to “just say no to the penthouse,” complete with an eleven page Powerpoint presentation prepared by someone at Cisco and a website dedicated to their cause, the fight over the proposed modern home to rise at 437 Duncan Street will be refereed by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon. As designed Read More »

“High-Tech Noe Home” Hits The Market For $3.6 Million

“High-Tech Noe Home” Hits The Market For $3.6 Million

Technically a “remodel” of the former two-bedroom home on the parcel, a four-story “High-Tech Noe Home” with four bedrooms, four and one-half baths and five “fabulous view decks” has sprung up at 525 28th Street. Designed by EE Weiss Architects, an elevator runs from the two-car garage to the top floor while a floating wood Read More »

Noe Valley Cottage Scheduled To Hit The Courthouse Steps

Noe Valley Cottage Scheduled To Hit The Courthouse Steps

The 600-square-foot cottage on a sliver of a Noe Valley lot at 543 30th Street was purchased for $665,000 ten years ago with what would appear to have been $5,000 down and $660,000 in debt.  And in 2006, the property was refinanced with $791,920 in new loans. In default since 2009, at which point the Read More »

From A “Fixer And Charmer” To Contemporary On Chattanooga

From A “Fixer And Charmer” To Contemporary On Chattanooga

Purchased as a “Victorian Fixer…in a location that can’t be beat” for $750,000 in September of 2012, the Noe Valley home at 212 Chattanooga has been rebuilt with contemporary flair and three levels of living space. The tiered living area opens to the kitchen, which opens to a west-facing deck and yard. And across the Read More »

The Cube House Is Now Noe’s Third Most Expensive Home

The Cube House Is Now Noe’s Third Most Expensive Home

Having been listed for $4.5 million, the sale of the Edmonds + Lee Architects designed Cube House at 4318 26th Street has just closed escrow with a reported contact price of $5,250,000. The contract price for the Cube House ties it with 651 29th Street for the third most expensive home sale in the history Read More »

Modern Noe Valley Cube House Hitting The Market For $4.5M

Modern Noe Valley Cube House Hitting The Market For $4.5M

The Edmonds + Lee Architects designed Cube House at 4318 26th Street hasn’t yet been listed for sale, but it is about to hit the market for $4,500,000. From the architects and a peek inside the modern Noe Valley home: Organized in a geometric-like composition, the new, 3-story home has a facade of cement-board panels Read More »

Modern Noe Valley Home Sells For A Record $7 Million

Modern Noe Valley Home Sells For A Record $7 Million

Listed for $6,750,000 last month, the sale of 625 Duncan Street has just closed escrow with a reported contract price of $7,000,000, eclipsing the sale of 526 Duncan for $6,100,000 in 2011 to become the most expensive home sale in the history of Noe Valley. Having characterized their efforts as a fight to preserve “the Read More »

The Contemporary Renovation And Return Of 1612 Church Street

The Contemporary Renovation And Return Of 1612 Church Street

Designed by Dumican Mosey Architects, the 30-foot-high entry to the “renovated” Noe Valley home at 1612 Church Street highlights the cold-rolled steel and glass staircase that now connects all three levels of the contemporary home. The lower level family room looks out to a private outdoor patio with built-in seating and a ribbon flame fireplace Read More »

Request “To Preserve Noe Valley’s Character And Charm” Rejected

Request “To Preserve Noe Valley’s Character And Charm” Rejected

San Francisco’s Planning Commission has voted 7-0 to reject the requested Discretionary Review (DR) for the home to be built at 645 Duncan Street, approving the designs for the new 4,820 square foot Noe Valley home as proposed. And while we’ll have to consider it a rumor for now, if a plugged-in tipster is correct, Read More »

Buyers Of 6,000 Foot Home Now Fight To Preserve “Noe’s Charm”

Buyers Of 6,000 Foot Home Now Fight To Preserve “Noe’s Charm”

As we first reported earlier this week, the approved plans for a staggered three-story over garage Noe Valley home to be built at 645 Duncan Street have been challenged by the “Noe Valley Neighbors” who have gathered support for their requested Discretionary Review to overturn the project’s approval by characterizing it as “a precedent setting Read More »

Noe Valley’s 1420 Douglass Closes At 26 Percent Under Its 2007 Price

Noe Valley’s 1420 Douglass Closes At 26 Percent Under Its 2007 Price

As we wrote in March 2008: Another plugged-in reader already stole our thunder (and pretty much all our lines), but to sum it all up: 1. Eight months ago 1420 Douglass was purchased for $1,945,000 ($250,000 over asking); 2. Two months ago it returned to the market with a list price of $2,095,000 (and a Read More »