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Penthouse views at Pre-Foreclosure pricing! (1254 Washington)

Perhaps the marketing remarks say it all:

“Amazing opportunity. Pre-foreclosure sale of a European style Nob Hill penthouse with spectacular views of the city & bay. This is a 6 room Edwardian flat in need of some serious TLC, but is a one of a kind unit and must be sold now!

Is that pre-foreclosure pricing or not? And how ’bout that “needs serious TLC, but is one of a kind…”? [Woodruff-Miller]



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3 thoughts on “Penthouse views at Pre-Foreclosure pricing! (1254 Washington)”

  • Craig

    June 2, 2008 at 10:27 pm

    These agents are not that impressive. I have dealt with them in the past transaction and would prefer not to do so in the future.

    One of a kind???? Hardly. Look around the area within the block. Most top floor units will have a similar view. I imagine the pics where taken from the roof deck as well. I personally hate this tactic. Most people want the view to be from the day-to-day areas of living, not a roof deck you can only enjoy on the rare fog-free summer occasion.

    I wouldn’t pay $1M for a place that needs a total overhaul and has no deeded parking in a place like Nob Hill i.e. parking hell. The views seem okay, and are the only real selling point, but I’m guessing the bay view is blocked. Not worth the asking price, views or no views. Perhaps at 800K.

  • yuck!

    June 2, 2008 at 10:36 pm

    no pics of the interior? It must be really, really bad! Not worth $900k. Agree, these agents are horrible! Well, most are, so it’s hard to judge these two monkeys!

  • fluj

    June 3, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    Leased parking is a deal breaker. I would have priced it lower.


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