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From Beater To Butter, A Before & After At 121 Beulah (Cole Valley)

[Update: This property is Sold. Was sold in 5 days, CASH, for $2,600,000. Wow…]

The Living Room was:

The Living Room is:

The Kitchen was:

The Kitchen is:

Bathroom was:

Bathroom is:

(Note: There are now 4.5 Baths, this is just one of them.)

Lower Level was:

Lower Level is:

Rear Cottage was:

Rear Cottage is:

And the Piece de Resistance…le Garage was:

Le Garage is:

As is always the case with every property in San Francisco, there are stories, and this little (now big) gem on Beulah is no exception. There are a ton more pictures online, including shots of the previously undeveloped attic, the bedrooms, more bathrooms, elegant stairway, and lovely yard and patio, so please check it out.

And as I mentioned yesterday, Cole Valley is a hot little market right now. This is not the only great property that we’ll see in Cole Valley in the near future. Yesterday, I hinted to another 3 bed, 2.5 bath Single Family ($1,550,000) home that will be coming up for any of you Cole Valley buyers that keep getting beat out. There is also another transformation on par with this 121 Beulah that we should see on MLS shortly (if someone doesn’t snag it off market first.)

Opportunity knocks. Contact me to get in on these opportunities first, because they won’t last.

True to my word, I’ll try to keep you all in the loop. For now, I gotta run. Happy Aloha Friday to all y’all!

121 Beulah, 4bed, 4.5 bath, 4,141 sqft, asking $2,495,000 Cole Valley [MLS]
121 Beulah Before when is sold for $1,250,000 almost one year ago…exactly.


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6 thoughts on “From Beater To Butter, A Before & After At 121 Beulah (Cole Valley)”

  • Been There

    January 6, 2012 at 11:39 am

    A nice transformation. Is still pretty much the Haight and sees a fair amount of auto and pedestrian traffic . But flips on that. Lock have done well nonetheless. Look out for another fixed up beauty to hit the market up the hill in the quieter part of Cole valley. I suspect it’s of much higher quality.

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    • thefrontsteps

      January 9, 2012 at 9:33 am

      @Been There,
      You talking about the one on Cole near Grattan?

      @Steve,
      I don’t know, but could find out the designer. It was a flip.

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  • Steve Castaneda

    January 6, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    Whoa! Amazing transformation. My wife caught me looking at this and was stunned at the before/afters. Any idea on who the designer was, or did the seller make these renovations themselves?

    Reply
  • Been There

    January 11, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    Hi Alex I was talking belvedere at grattan.

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    • thefrontsteps

      January 15, 2012 at 11:21 am

      Details details details Been There! Can you email me the address? More scoop? I can keep it all hush hush and not post it. I may have a buyer for it. I’m focusing a lot of attention on Cole Valley these days…as you can see.

      Reply
  • Been There

    January 16, 2012 at 9:22 pm

    Alex – Didn’t mean to get you amped up, but I was referring to 475 Belvedere, which is now is escrow but at the time I first mentioned it wasn’t yet on the market. Sorry.

    The $6k rent for Grattan house you feature in the other post today – amazing. That’s a ton of dough for two bedrooms! And it’s a small house. I’ve toured it several times (2100 sq FT). I wonder what the yield is on that…

    Reply

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