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Warm Thoughts of a Modern Thanksgiving Dinner and Home

Warm Thoughts of a Modern Thanksgiving Dinner and Home

Having butted heads with neighbors over a proposed penthouse level, the modern Noe Valley home at 437 Duncan Street, which was designed by Iwamoto Scott Architecture, was built without. Listed for $4.375 million in June, the asking price was inexplicably increased to a rather inauspicious $4.444 million in August... Read More »

Pair of Noe Valley Passive Homes Fetch under $1,000 per Foot

Pair of Noe Valley Passive Homes Fetch under $1,000 per Foot

The sales of the two Noe Valley passive houses at 2123-2127 Castro Street have closed escrow. Originally listed for $4.995 million in May, reduced to $4.695 million in June and re-listed anew for $4.499 million last month, the sale of 2127 Castro Street has fetched $4.250 million or roughly... Read More »

Short-Term Rental Vigilante Might Be Making the Rounds around Noe

Short-Term Rental Vigilante Might Be Making the Rounds around Noe

There have been over 400 complaints related to illegal short-term rental activity (a.k.a. airbnb-ing) in San Francisco filed with the city since the beginning of the year. And over the past seven days, another 31 complaints were filed. But while the distribution of complaints related to illegal short-term rental... Read More »

Asking Price for One of SF’s Few Passive Homes Is Actively Cut

Asking Price for One of SF’s Few Passive Homes Is Actively Cut

Listed for $4.995 million in May and reduced to $4.695 million in June, the listing for the 4,600-square-foot ‘Passive House’ at 2127 Castro Street was withdrawn from the MLS in July without a reported sale. But this morning, 2127 Castro was listed anew with an official “1” day on... Read More »

Noe Valley for Under a Million?

Noe Valley for Under a Million?

Purchased for $960,000 in 2005 and having flirted with foreclosure in 2011, the three-bedroom Noe Valley home at 374 Valley Street returned to the market listed for $1,100,000 in 2013, was in and out of contract, and finally resold for $1,050,000 in June of 2014. Soon thereafter, plans to... Read More »

Raising the Roof and Density in Noe Valley

Raising the Roof and Density in Noe Valley

Purchased for $1.229 million in 2006, the “Recently RENOVATED” Noe Valley home with “Breathtaking WATER VIEWS” at 437 Hoffman returned to the market listed for $1.495 million in 2009 and sold for $1.160 million in 2010. Plans to raise and expand the home were initiated in early 2014 and... Read More »

Noe Valley’s next 5,000-Square-Foot Home (and Possibly Two)

Noe Valley’s next 5,000-Square-Foot Home (and Possibly Two)

With the ground having been broken for the modern 4,820-square-foot home to rise at 645 Duncan Street, a project which was rather ironically challenged and then nearly scrapped in order to build an underground addition and private urban playground for the home next door which recently resold for a... Read More »

Over Asking in Noe but under as Well

Over Asking in Noe but under as Well

Listed for $3.55 million last October, the asking price for the remodeled Noe Valley home at 439 Clipper Street was subsequently reduced to $3.25 million, at which point the listing was updated to tout the ‘best priced home in Noe Valley’ and to warn that the ‘seller ... Read More »

Never Mind in Noe Valley

Never Mind in Noe Valley

Listed for $3.55 million last October, the asking price for the completely remodeled Noe Valley home at 439 Clipper Street was subsequently reduced to $3.25 million, at which point the listing was updated to tout the ‘best priced home in Noe Valley’ and to warn that the ‘seller [would... Read More »

Asking $5.5M for a Two-Bedroom Noe Home!

Asking $5.5M for a Two-Bedroom Noe Home!

Purchased for $759,000 in early 2012 as pictured above, the little single-family home at 3822 24th Street, in the heart of Noe Valley, is back on the market for $5.5 million! Of course, the asking price now includes fully-approved plans to raze the two-bedroom home and build a four-story... Read More »