If that $200,000 underbid from a few weeks ago seems like a good deal to you, have a look at this seven bedroom Pacific Heights Single Family home at 2660 Scott (you must click that link…the pictures are amazing), which was listed in September at $15,000,000 and closed last week at $13,075,000. Almost $2,000,000 under asking.
Considering the home only last sold in 2004 for just shy of $6,000,000 I’d say the sellers are pretty thrilled (keeping in mind we don’t know how much they sunk into it, of course). IMHO the home was worth every penny of $15,000,000, so the buyers should be thrilled too. It’s a trophy home, and I’m totally jealous, as should be all of you.
As for the rest of our weekly underbids. Here you go…the top 10 Underbids of the week.
|2660 Scott Street||7/7/6||$15,000,000||$13,075,000||-12.83 %|
|814-816 Cole||2-4 Units||$1,990,000||$1,775,000||-10.80 %|
|1374 Union Street||3/3.5/2||$3,350,000||$3,000,000||-10.45 %|
|184 London Street||3/1/0||$574,000||$520,000||-9.41 %|
|365 Magellan Avenue||5/3.5/2||$2,520,000||$2,350,000||-6.75 %|
|601 Van Ness Avenue||2/2/1||$879,000||$825,000||-6.14 %|
|595 Waller Street||3/2/0||$1,300,000||$1,225,000||-5.77 %|
|2445 Polk Street||2/2/1||$1,450,000||$1,371,150||-5.44 %|
|3515 Washington Street||2/2/2||$3,995,000||$3,800,000||-4.88 %|
|580 Prentiss Street||2/1/1||$998,000||$950,000||-4.81 %|
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