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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 »

Attention To Detail, Take Two

Attention To Detail, Take Two

According to the listing for the “modern Smart Home” at 577 Alvarado, the Noe Valley home was “built with great attention to detail.” But as we noted when the property hit the market last month, “you’ll want to make sure your cars, both current and planned, can cleanly enter... Read More »

Record-Setting Noe Home Sells For $2.6M Less Than Last Year

Record-Setting Noe Home Sells For $2.6M Less Than Last Year

Purchased by a young tech couple for a record setting $7 million twelve months ago, after which the couple quietly acquired the adjacent parcel to the west, upon which they were planning to build an underground addition and private urban playground, the 6,000-square-foot home at 625 Duncan Street returned... Read More »

Noe Valley Space Invader House Sells For $2.6M

Noe Valley Space Invader House Sells For $2.6M

As we wrote about the Noe Valley “Space Invader” home two weeks ago: Listed for $2.25 million in 2012, the Noe Valley Victorian at 264 Clipper Street which was remodeled under the direction of Envelope Architecture + Design, and embedded with a Space Invader in the concrete out front, sold for $1.895... Read More »

Noe Valley Infill: Five Stories With Condos Over Retail On 24th

Noe Valley Infill: Five Stories With Condos Over Retail On 24th

From the listing of the little single-family home at 3822 24th Street which purchased for $759,000 in March of 2012 and didn’t include the lot next door: “This SFR on 24th St in the heart of Noe Valley is a very special piece of SF real estate. The home... Read More »

Newly Remodeled And An Old-Fashioned Tip

Newly Remodeled And An Old-Fashioned Tip

Purchased as a “lovingly maintained large family home” for $1.725 million near the end of 2013, the Noe Valley home at 577 Alvarado has since been gutted and expanded and has just returned to the market listed for $3 million more as a “modern Smart Home…built with great attention to detail…to... Read More »

Space Invader Home In Contract

Space Invader Home In Contract

Listed for $2.25 million in 2012, the Noe Valley Victorian at 264 Clipper Street which was remodeled under the direction of Envelope Architecture + Design, and embedded with a Space Invader in the concrete out front, sold for $1.895 million in January 2013. Returned to the market two weeks ago... Read More »

Perfectly Timed And Flipped

Perfectly Timed And Flipped

While the “rarely available” two-bedroom condo at 101 Lombard just sold for $25K less than five months ago, the sale of the single-family home at 1636 Diamond Street has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $3.5 million, $1.52 million more than in late 2011 when it first... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Purchased by a young tech couple for a record setting $7 million nine months ago, after which the couple quietly acquired the adjacent parcel to the west upon which they were planning to build an underground addition and private urban playground, the 6,000-square-foot home at 625 Duncan Street returned to the market... Read More »

From $600K Under Asking In 2011 To $1.2M More Today?

From $600K Under Asking In 2011 To $1.2M More Today?

Newly built and listed for $2,590,000 in late 2010, the 3,500-square-foot “state-of-the-art” home at 1636 Diamond finally sold for $1,980,000 in August of 2011.  And today, the house is back on the market and listed for $3,150,000, a sale at which would represent total appreciation of 59 percent since... Read More »