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Noe Valley's Big Contemporary Abode Gets Sent to the Chopping Block

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Was: $3,200,000
Now: $2,998,000
You Save: $202,000 We first told you about 1501 Diamond back in early June when it landed on the market with a price tag of $3,200,000. The 4-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,092-square-foot newly renovated corner home is in one of San Francisco's most sought-after neighborhoods: Noe Valley. We feel obligated to point out (again) that this "newly renovated" home was sold in late 2010 for $679,000, so that means that this "newly renovated" home didn't just go under the knife for some casual upgrades over a weekend, it was the whole shebang. Need proof? Check out the Google Street View. That house is a brand new piece of contemporary goodness. We suspected this very big abode would not sell or asking, and we were correct. Its price has been hacked to $2,998,000.
· 1501 Diamond [Vanguard Properties]
· Get Your Big Contemporary Abode On in Noe Valley [Curbed SF]