As stated numerous times, we can’t do all of this without you, and appreciate your tips, suggestions, and rants, so keep them coming. One person who is particularly helpful and deserving of praise is our friend the Fluj, who this week sends us this:
To my mind, the western portion of North Slope Potrero has not seen anything like this. It’s very far out in front of the curve, but I don’t know that they’re trippin’ either!
Perhaps the marketing remarks can shed some light as to whether they’re “trippin!”:
This spectacular remodeled view home has 3 levels of living w/3 bd, 2 ba all on upper level (toto dual flush toilets). The main level has an open floor plan-great for entertaining. It consists of lr (w/frplc), dr, kit w/GE monogram 42′ fridge, Thermador oven & micro, Viking 6 burner cook top, Bosch dw, great rm overlooking rear gar & powder rm. Lower level has office & media rm wired for surround sound. Systems, roofs, windows, flooring, walls were all replaced in 2008. 2 decks, garden & garage.
“Toto toilet”, is not to be confused with this Toto (even though the cross street is @ Kansas), rather is more like this Toto.
On that note, if you close your eyes and tap your heels long enough, red glass slipper optional (this is San Francisco after all), you too can someday have a $2,145,000 home in Potrero Hill. Tap them longer and maybe that price will come down a tad.
–2145 18th Street [MLS]
6 thoughts on “Weekly Fluj: “I don’t know that they’re trippin’ either!” (2145 18th Street @ Kansas)”
sold in 2007 for $1.075mm. i went into this house before the remodel and it was a freagin’ mess! my favorite part was the naked male stick-figure carved into the shower (how did i know it was a male naked stick figure? well, let’s just say his “thang” was as big as his body).
they’re thinking Noe Alternative, mixed with nothing else for sale SFHwise over there. Yes this is overpriced but not compared to Noe.
You ask what are they trippin’ and I think it’s spiking the Noe Valley Kool-aid with a little Anchor Steam
What’s up with the exposed ducting in the kitchen photo?
That and the chandolier..
i’d like to see that 42-foot GE monogram refrigerator…
I agree – It’s the Noe Valley effect. They are seeking someone with Noe Valley money looking for a little “edge”. Views are nice but the price seems high to me…