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No Competition for a Reinvented Noe Valley Victorian

No Competition for a Reinvented Noe Valley Victorian

Purchased out of probate as a contractor’s special with three bedrooms, one bath and without a garage for $850,000 in 2008, the then 1,164 square foot Noe Valley home at 439 Clipper Street returned to the market with plans for $1,295,000 in 2014. Having failed to sell the vision,... Read More »

A Giant Elk And Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley For Cow Hollow

A Giant Elk And Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley For Cow Hollow

As we first reported when the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street sold for $5.55 million in 2014, the buyer was technically the “Megaloceros, LLC,” behind which a tech entrepreneur was hidden. Two weeks ago, Megaloceros purchased the modern Cow Hollow home at 1864 Greenwich Street for... Read More »

Redone In 2008 And Foreclosed Upon In Noe Valley Yesterday

Redone In 2008 And Foreclosed Upon In Noe Valley Yesterday

The four-bedroom Noe Valley home at 4148 23rd Street underwent a down-to-the-studs remodeling circa 2008 and was listed for $1.799 million that April. Withdrawn from the market in 2009, at which point the asking price had been reduced to $1.538 million, the home was relisted for $2.498 million last... Read More »

Noe Valley Town Square Funded, Slated For 2016 Opening

Noe Valley Town Square Funded, Slated For 2016 Opening

Assuming the City accepts a $450,000 grant from the San Francisco Parks Alliance (SFPA) on behalf of the Residents for Noe Valley Town Square, a grant which includes $97,500 worth of in-kind design work, the budgeted $2,787,000 needed to transform the parking lot at 3861 24th Street into a... Read More »

Two-Bedroom Noe ‘Fixer’ Fetches $2.8 Million

Two-Bedroom Noe ‘Fixer’ Fetches $2.8 Million

Purchased for $25,000 in 1969, the ‘vintage’ two-bedroom Noe Valley home at 1072 Noe hit the market last month listed for $1,898,000 as a fixer, “ready for an incredible transformation,” with an undeveloped full-length attic and an underdeveloped two-car garage “with dig-out potential.” Six bids were received, five of... Read More »

Noe Valley Modern Fetches $3.3M And Appreciation Might Surprise

Noe Valley Modern Fetches $3.3M And Appreciation Might Surprise

Taken down to the studs and remodeled in 2005 with Architect Jonathan Feldman leading the way, the modern Noe Valley home at 2 Kronquist Court sold for $2,185,000 in early 2006 and returned to the market last month listed for $2,750,000. Yesterday, the sale of the three-bedroom, three-bath home... Read More »

Noe Valley’s New Second Most Expensive Home

Noe Valley’s New Second Most Expensive Home

Purchased as a “pride-of-ownership” Mid-Century home for $1.51 million in late 2012, the Noe Valley three-bedroom at 471 Hoffman was gutted, expanded, and returned to the market a month ago as a contemporary five-bedroom, with four levels, an abundance of stairs (and no elevator), and a list price of... Read More »

Déjà Vu All Over Again On Kronquist Court

Déjà Vu All Over Again On Kronquist Court

Taken down to the studs and remodeled in 2005 with Architect Jonathan Feldman leading the way, the modern three-bedroom Noe Valley home at 2 Kronquist Court sold for $2.185 million in early 2006 while its slightly larger sister project at 8 Kronquist next door was remodeled and sold for... Read More »

Noe Valley Has A Second $7M Sale And New Most Expensive Home

Noe Valley Has A Second $7M Sale And New Most Expensive Home

Listed for $5.8 million in April, the sale of the rebuilt Noe Valley home at 553 Elizabeth Street has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $7 million, matching the record setting $7 million sale price of 625 Duncan which recently resold for $4.4 million having been “stripped out... Read More »

Price Reductions On The Rise In San Francisco

Price Reductions On The Rise In San Francisco

Price reductions for listed homes on the market in San Francisco are more common today than they were a year ago, with roughly 15 percent of the current listings on the MLS having experienced at least one price cut versus roughly 10 percent of the listings at the same... Read More »