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Not selling? 1854 Vallejo Street has been on the market 100 days, with one price reduction to $1,795,000. Pros: High-ceilings and a fifty-foot stretch of living and dining rooms with big french windows and a sliver of bay view. 2200+/- square feet, deeded parking and storage. Cons: second-rate fluffing, odd but renovated kitchen, and the longest hallway in Pacific Heights. Doesn't look like they bothered to paint, and what's with the Vegas-Bordello-in-1962 pink drapes?
· 1854 Vallejo Street, B [Jane Howell. Hill & Co]


Selling? Into escrow in three days: 1702 Vallejo, a big flat in a swell building on a beautiful block, asking price was $1,595,000. Pros: Styled like a Restoration Hardware catalogue, flexible floorplan, 2500 +/- square feet, ready to move into. Twin deeded parking spaces, which may have tipped the buyers over the edge. But everyone was ready to go- rumor has it, an all cash deal, put together by a top agent.
· 1702 Vallejo [Monica's List]

[Photo credit for 1702 Vallejo: Jennifer Salyers]