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Iconic Lion Pub Building Has Sold for $3.5 Million

Iconic Lion Pub Building Has Sold for $3.5 Million

The now vacant Pacific Heights Victorian building on the southeast corner of Divisadero and Sacramento, the bottom floor of which had operated as the iconic Lion Pub for the past five decades, has just sold for $3.5 million having been listed for $4.5 million at the end of last... Read More »

The Full House Home Fetches $4 Million

The Full House Home Fetches $4 Million

The Lower Pacific Heights Victorian at 1709 Broderick Street, which served as the façade of the Tanner’s ‘Full House‘ home, has just sold for $4 million. Designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel and built in 1883, the home previously traded hands for $1.85 million in 2006, after which it was... Read More »

A Killer Loss

A Killer Loss

Purchased by a member of The Killers for $3.45 million last July, the Lower Haight Victorian at 630 Page Street has just resold for $2.995 million, a 13 percent drop in value for the home on an apples-to-apples basis over the past ten months. Listed for $3.45 million in... Read More »

Only in San Francisco!

Only in San Francisco!

Five weeks ago the “Exceptional Eureka Valley Home” at 3751-3753 17th Street hit the market listed for “$1.695 million,” or roughly $547 per square foot for the vacant and “lovingly curated” two-unit building in an area where the average sale price has been running closer to $1,070 per foot.... 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 »

Whoops

Whoops

Purchased for $3.450 million seven months ago, the renovated Lower Haight Victorian at 630 Page Street was re-listed at the same price last October and then reduced to $3.299 million in November, at which point the listing was updated to tout a “One and only price reduction!” Withdrawn from... Read More »

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 »

Five Months Later and $151K Less for a Historic Lower Haight Home

Five Months Later and $151K Less for a Historic Lower Haight Home

Purchased for $3.45 million five months ago when listed as “a Gump’s Collectors Edition catalog, a hacienda in San Miguel Allende, a Victorian Style Book – all in one,” the renovated Lower Haight Victorian at 630 Page Street officially returned to the market four months later, listed on... Read More »

Corpse House Fetches Over $1.5 Million

Corpse House Fetches Over $1.5 Million

Bidding at the probate hearing for the Lake District Victorian within which the mummified corpse of the homeowner was found among the items hoarded by her surviving adult daughter has resulted in a final sale price of $1.56 million for the home. The sale required court confirmation as the... Read More »