You Save: $46,000
Aw, yes. Contemporary new construction in San Francisco. Medium-grey exterior paint, a spot of wood, and of course an abundance of larger-than-life windows and brushed metal. Let's not forgot the bright and bold rectangular tile in the bathrooms, and the dark cabinets with contrasting white countertops (but not Carerra marble) in the kitchen. Also: white walls? everywhere. This particular textbook version of contemporary has been sitting on the market for 63 days without a bite. So, what to do? Send it to the chopping block, of course. The details: It's a 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,373 square foot home that hit the market back in early June with an asking price of $1,495,000. Shoot forward to today and they've skimmed a little off the top, bringing the new price to $1,449,000. Did we mention that this 3-story home has an elevator? Because it does. The home faces East so you've got views (from your roof deck, schwing) of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island. The property is also kitty-corner to a park with tennis courts. But really, an elevator for a 3-story house?
· 698 Arkansas [Redfin]