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San Francisco Home For Damn Near $300,000*

Just when you thought you couldn’t get a home under $400,000 in San Francisco, along comes 580 Argonaut in Visitacion Valley. Not only is it under $400,000, it’s damn near $300,000. Before you go jumping on the bidding train, there are some things you should know:

S.F. court confirmed sale. Sold AS-IS w/tenant rights [FUN!]. Sealed probate bid w/10% cash/check, signed aproved disclosures. Buyer pay all closing costs,transfer tax, energy upgrades (including water heater) & smoke alarms if any.

Hey! But you get a Romeo & Juliet balcony…

..and if you’re lucky, you might be able to fit a tree house in that there tree to camp out in until your tenant leaves.

580 Argonaut [$308,000, 4 bed, 2 bath, Townhome in SF]



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2 thoughts on “San Francisco Home For Damn Near $300,000*”

  • Charlie

    September 14, 2010 at 10:36 am

    and from that balcony, you’ll have a birdseye view of the Vis Valley projects across the street.

  • Mole Man

    October 26, 2010 at 8:06 pm

    I could be wrong, but as I recall this unit, or possibly another in this complex, was sold, but then groups of thugs repeatedly showed up and messed with the new owners and told them they don’t want to be there and they got driven away. There were some news stories about this at the time. Possibly previous owners were having trouble letting go and had delusions of returning? The price might actually be high if it comes with a bunch of trouble.


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