The big home at 2374 Greenwich Street in Cow Hollow seems to have everything going for it. There's an elegant street presence with wrought iron balconies, an enviable 4,245 square feet of space, and a roof deck with views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Highlands. So why is this place back on the market just a year after selling for $4.9995 million? According to listing agent Justin Fichelson—yes, he of Million Dollar Listing fame—the seller is a tech executive who is moving on to a big Tiburon estate. The new asking price for the home is $5.495 million, a jump of about half a million over last year.
The home has actually been on the market almost endlessly since it was transformed from two dated flats into a modern single family home back in 2012. It sold in its new form in 2013, then again last year, and is now on the market yet again. This time around, it has been impeccably staged (we especially like the old-fashioned black desk telephone in the office). And although this home was once a flip, it's far from bland. The massive fireplace in the living room runs from floor to ceiling and is matched by a smaller version in the master bedroom. There's a second kitchen in the one-bed, one-bath in-law downstairs, and the roof deck includes a fire pit.
And, like other on-the-market properties with views, this one has made use of the spectacular recent sunsets for its listing photos. Who could resist buying a place that offers the perfect viewing spot for a perfectly pink-tinged sky?