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Noe's Priciest Home Mysteriously Returns, Now Seeks $6.5M

When the massive modern home at 625 Duncan Street sold last February, it brought in $7 million and set records as Noe Valley's most expensive home ever. Now, less than a year later, the home has come back on the market asking only $6.5 million. It also was "stripped out in some areas to allow for alterations" and is up for sale with those stripped-out portions still bare. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom home is also being sold empty and unstaged, with only a few hurried-looking shots posted on the MLS.

The house was built back in 2007 and designed to take advantage of jaw-dropping views out to Twin Peaks and the city. It first sold in 2008 for $5.818 million, which was under its ask of $6.25 million but still at the high end of the neighborhood's sales. When it reappeared in 2014, the house sold in less than a month. There's no word on why it is back on the market so quickly, but it's likely that yet another buyer will fall in love with its contemporary angles and concrete and wood finishes.


· Last Week's Biggest Sales: $1.31M Over in Noe Valley [Curbed SF]
· 625 Duncan Street [Paragon Real Estate Group]