Listed for: $5.8M
Size: 5-bed, 7-bath, 4,456-square-foot single-family home
Location: 553 Elizabeth St, Noe Valley
The skinny: When the big flip at 553 Elizabeth listed for $5.8 million in April, we thought the $4 million-plus jump over the 2012 sale was astounding enough. But lo, the property has officially changed hands for $7 million, tying with the record set by 625 Duncan for priciest Noe sale. The home, which sits just off the 24th Street corridor in Noe Valley, has been loaded up with millwork and fancy fixtures by the likes of John Lum Architecture and SF Modern.
Listed for: $6.15M
Size: 6-bed, 4-bath single-family home
Location: 3007 Jackson St, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This remodeled six-bedroom in Pac Heights spent a month on the market before commanding $400K over asking. The brokerbabble touts a wider-than-average lot and lots of period details, though most of them have been gone over with some minimizing coats of white paint. There is a mess o' carved wood in the dining room, which we hope looks less clashy with the floors in person than it does in the photos. One of the bathrooms is a lovely mix of white tile and pale blue paint, but it's so cavernous that we have to wonder if anyone's been able to use the tub without catching a strong Victorian chill.
Listed for: $5.495M
Size: 3-bed, 3-bath, 2,721-square-foot TIC
Location: 1100 Sacramento St, #708, Nob Hill
The skinny: A three-bedroom TIC in the Park Lane brought in just a smidge over asking, but, all told, $1.7 million more than the last sale, in December 2013. The kitchen has granite counters, the living area has generous white built-in shelving, and at least one of the bedrooms has commanding bay views. The HOA fees are a bracing $2,506/month.
· Huge Noe Valley Flip Asks $5.8M, Targets Grown-Up Hipsters [Curbed SF]
· Big Noe Flip Sells for $7M, Ties for Neighborhood Record Price [Curbed SF]
· Previous Coverage of the Park Lane [Curbed SF]