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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Eureka Valley Megaflip Takes All

Listed for: $4.995M
Received: $5.1M
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,160-square-foot single-family home
Location: 891 Noe St, Eureka Valley
The skinny: 891 Noe began its life as a single-family home in 1911 but was converted to a duplex in 1941. In 2013 flippers snapped it up for $1.585 million (forking over $436K above the asking price), and set about transforming the boxy home into the $5.1 million swankfest it is today. The flippers did nearly double the livable square footage by redoing the basement, which explains some—but surely not all—of the more than threefold increase in the sale price since 2013.


Listed for: $2.595M
Received: $2.5M
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 1,770-square-foot condo
Location: 1501 Filbert Unit 5G, Cow Hollow
The skinny: This two-story townhome at Amero landed on the market in early January seeking $2.595 million. The corner unit, 5G, has sweeping views of the bay and the Golden Gate, which helped it pull in more than we're expecting for the smaller (and Van Ness-facing) unit 5C, though this one still didn't quite achieve its ask. Sadly, the photos just show the staged unit, so we're not entirely sure what's behind the door marked 5G.


Listed for: $2.46M
Received: $2.46M
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 2,128-square-foot condo
Location: 3425 Divisadero St, Marina
The skinny: This two-level condo has gone through a remodel, but we're not sure if that happened before the last sale, in 2008, or afterward. We could only scrounge up pictures from the prior sale, so we may be looking at a kitchen that no longer exists. Here's to hoping that the retooled version is less beige?

· Flippers Turn Modest Eureka Valley Duplex into $5M Swankfest [Curbed SF]
· First Look Inside Amero's Super-Sized Cow Hollow Condos [Curbed SF]
· Two New Units with Big 7-Figure Prices Up for Sale at Amero [Curbed SF]