by Anon8Mizer [with pictures and links added by theFrontSteps]: Hi Alex — I like Inner Sunset because it’s one of the few neighborhoods in SF that haven’t sold out. So here are some observations: The drop: 1416 18th ave (condo) in a duplex – Originally asking $699K a month ago, now back on market at … Continue reading A drop, a loss, and a few flips in Inner Sunset
Deferring to our readers on this one. I have not seen it. Thanks “anon8mizer” for the tip. Hi – Just an update on this building. I saw it on Sunday. The place was crawling with people. I thought i was back in 2004 when I was house hunting. Three types of visitors: 1) young couples/families … Continue reading “the place was crawling with people” (1422-24 14th Ave.)
from B.O. with [our comments thrown in] [This is a very good find and a good data point. 19th Ave properties are a tough sell as is, but add to the mix bad pricing, average remodel, out of town agent, and you have a recipe for frustration and not selling. Of course, we don’t know … Continue reading What’s going on with 1684-1686 19th Ave?
Bringing new meaning to the term “roof-top terrace”: 267-271 Filbert Sold $2,700,000 1277 Arguello Sold $1,750,000 2500 Lyon (Statement said 2550) Asking $9,800,000 And the grand-daddy of them all the California Academy of Sciences photo credit to Inhabitat, found through Curbed. I’m thinking sunrise coffee on Filbert. Practice putting on Arguello. Deep rough shots on … Continue reading High on Grass
We showed it to you first, and before and after, then we bet on it, and now it’s closed…1326-28 15th Avenue is a done deal, and none of our readers guessed the sales price. In fact, we didn’t even come close, either. It might not actually be marked sold in MLS yet, but we know … Continue reading 1326-28 15th Avenue: A Done Deal in the Inner Sunset
Following up to our previous post about 1326-28 15th Avenue (awesome before shots, so make sure to click that link), we know it received multiple offers, and it is scheduled to close June 4th, 2007. We thought we’d do another little wager. We’re staying out of this one. We leave it up to you. Here … Continue reading 1326-28 15th Avenue: an update, and wager
Way back in 1999, the now owners of 1326 15th Avenue saw gold in that thar pink (or is that peach) wreck of a home. Purchased for $490,000 (roughly 10% below asking), it is now a beautiful 5 bed, 3.5 bath, single family/2-unit (depending on how you look at it) and on the market for … Continue reading Some Makeup (a little), Some Elbow-Grease (a lot), Some Action (a ton)
In another sign of the times, 1277 Arguello (link will expire after 30 days), closed for $1,750,000 after spending 14 days on the market, asking $1,699,000. The place was phenomenal! Anyone who is considering remodeling an old Edwardian building or condo, and might be stumped as to how to “open” it up, create flow, and generally … Continue reading 1277 Arguello (Arguello Penthouse) SOLD!