149 Mangels…Before, After, and What Could Have Been

Before:
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After:
149mangelsafter.jpg

What could have been:
149mangelsbefore.jpg

We can’t emphasize enough, the importance of inspections, and hiring qualified professionals to do renovations for you.

Sold in December 2006 for $524,250, and yes…it was overbid from $399,950.  What a shame.  A total and complete shame.  So sad. 

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One thought on “149 Mangels…Before, After, and What Could Have Been”

  1. These 2 building permits were issued for the property – see sfgov.org.
    Application Number: 200612290757
    Form Number: 8
    Address(es):

    6765 / 043 / 0 149 MANGELS AV
    Description: EXTERIOR STAIR @ FRONT OF HOUSE 50% OR LESS, SIDING AT RIGHT & BACK, ROOF SHEATHING AND TERMITE REPAIR.
    Cost: $2,000.00
    Occupancy Code: R-3
    Building Use: 27 – 1 FAMILY DWELLING

    Application Number: 200703226945
    Form Number: 8
    Address(es):

    6765 / 043 / 0 149 MANGELS AV
    Description: FOUNDATION REPLACEMENT ONLY TO COMPLY NOV# 200794822
    Cost: $15,000.00
    Occupancy Code: R-3
    Building Use: 27 – 1 FAMILY DWELLING
    – and all work done was within the scope of these permits, inspected and approved as required by law.

    Editor’s Note: We’re not saying that these people didn’t do what is necessary, we’re just reminding of the importance of inspections, professionals, etc.. We’ve also heard there was a complaint for work not performed with permit. http://services.sfgov.org/dbipts/default.aspx?page=AddressComplaint&ComplaintNo=200794822. Thanks for commenting.

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