It seems as if San Francisco's large, high-end houses that failed to find buyers in 2015 all decided to take a breather over the Christmas holidays and then try again as the spring selling season begins. But it also appears that quite a few have dropped their hopes in the meantime. Today, it's the mega-flip at 2635 Broadway that's back for a second try with an $8.25 million ask, well down from its debut price of $9.5 million last May.
The property last sold for $5.4 million in late 2013, but it's undergone a lot of changes since then. The John Field-designed property just east of Billionaires' Row underwent a major renovation by Sutro Architects that added lots of glass and a living wall on the exterior. Each of the four bedrooms has an en suite bathroom, and there are lush gardens out back. The ask is still nearly $2,700 per square, and we'll be watching closely to see if this reimagined home can snag such a big price.
· Megaflip Near Billionaires' Row Adds Living Wall, Asks $9.5M [Curbed SF]
· 2635 Broadway [Gregg Lynn]