Tuesday In The Avenues (442 41st Avenue Open 11-12:30)

It’s another fine Tuesday upon us. Yesterday’s stock market rally may put a glimmer of hope in everyone’s eyes, and what better way to celebrate than with a tour of a great house we just put on the market. It is officially a “broker tour” open house today, but we’re inviting all of our readers to come have a look at 442 41st Ave anytime between 11am and 12:30pm.


This is a great single family home in the Outer Richmond with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths (1 bed, 1 bath unwarranted), hardwood floors, fireplace, formal living room, formal dining room, landscaped back yard, new redwood deck, ocean views (from the roof), 2 car tandem parking, washer & dryer, and an excellent location close to Lincoln Park golf course, the Cliff House, Land’s End, Ocean Beach, the Balboa Theatre, Chino’s Taqueria, Sea Cliff, China Beach, Sutro Baths, Louie’s Restaurant, and so much more! The house is also on the east side of the street so you can hang out in your back yard and be warm even when the wind is blowing.

This is a great house and you really should come take a look. Open today from 11-12:30 and Sunday we’ll be there from 2-4pm. Please come take a look. Tell your friends, forward this post, and spread the good word. Mama needs a new dress, so let’s get this home sold.

8 thoughts on “Tuesday In The Avenues (442 41st Avenue Open 11-12:30)

  1. Nice home actually; can’t comment on the price. One thing this highlights for me, and something I’ve been seeing more and more of lately…. owners are choosing to not stage their homes. I’m sure it has something to do with expense, but I wonder if there is a real benefit to actual staging rather than just cleaning up what you have nicely. This place looks great even though it’s clear the owners are still living in the house.

    Good luck with the sale.

  2. This “Blog” is increasing becoming a broker’s advertsing site. (Great time to buy, etc) It’s not as fun to read as it used to be

  3. Sorry Been There, but times have changed and part of getting a listing with me is a promo on this site. As soon as we can, we’ll get back to normal programming. However, stating that it is a good time to be a buyer is not so much about being a broker blog as it is about sharing what we see going on out there.

  4. Actually Eddy, I think they did a great job at clearing/cleaning the daily clutter. It makes the house more homey than those dry staging that use the same furniture and art over and over.
    Moreover, they cleaned the house very well (paint, front garden, back garden etc…). The only no-no that could happen is a cluttered-messy-can’t-add-one-more-spider garage ( -> use paid storage for a fraction of staging costs)

    Good luck on selling.

  5. Sophie, I think you misread my post. I was complimenting them; and basically stating that if the average homeowner can accomplish this without moving out all their furniture, and renting expensive furniture and paying a full service stager — than what is the point of staging?

    But I agree w/ everything you said otherwise. Smart homeowners (or well represented :)

  6. Been there,

    Agreed. The RE analysis on this site is pathetic. Even Fluj left this site once he got his marketing worth out of it.

  7. I didn’t leave. And the analysis is not pathetic. Why do people such as yourself not take exception to the way Socketsite inserts editorial comments into posts (“Think (insert negative comment here)”) yet Alex can’t advertise real estate on his own site? We’re realtors. We believe in the San Francisco marketplace. It’s all opinion. But be honest with yourself regarding bias.

    [Editor’s Note: Thanks Fluj!]

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