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1636 Diamond Finally (Finally!) Sells

In June of 2008, 1636 Diamond was an empty lot that was purchase for $1,052,500. Shoot forward a few years and now it's a massive 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 3,952-square-foot contemporary clusterf**k. Originally asking $2,590,000, 1636 Diamond took chop after chop until its asking price was hacked to pieces. Last we checked, the price had been reduced to $1,990,000. Last week the home finally nabbed a buyer, who plunked down $1,980,000 for the Noe Valley abode. Congrats to the seller and buyer!
· Bells and Whistles Aplenty for Noe Valley New Construction [Curbed SF]
· 1636 Diamond Takes a Chop [Curbed SF]
· Newly Constructed Manse Getting Hacked to Pieces [Curbed SF]
· Chop After Chop, 1636 Diamond Just Can't Catch a Buyer [Curbed SF]
· 1636 Diamond [Redfin]

1636 Diamond Street, San Francisco, CA