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No Round Edges Allowed in Noe Valley

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Was: $2,795,000
Then: $2,675,000
You Save: $120,000

This ultra-modern (but not annoyingly so) 4-bed, 3.5-bath in Noe Valley recently got a price chop after barely a month on the market to $2,675,000. While the original structure was built in 1911, it got an update in the last year, with additions to the top and back. From the wood-inlay front door all the way to the tranquility garden (i.e.: backyard), there are boxes and boxes of pointy touches. There are several places for enjoying sunny Noe weather, and even a NanaWall if you're feeling too content to venture outside. $793 per square foot is actually dramatically lower than the neighborhood average of $1,010, but the overall price tag still feels heart-wrenchingly steep. We do think it's lovely, but you have to wonder how much of this will look dated in just a few short years. What do you think, dear readers? Are monochromatic tile mosaics here to stay? Or will they be so "late aughts"?
· 519 Valley St. [Redfin}

519 Valley Street, San Francisco, California