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Contemporary Glen Park Flip Asks $3.7 Million

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A new home in a classic hood

Purchased in 2014 for $1.295M, flipped, and now $3.7M (asking, anyway), 300 Sussex's major overhaul is an antiseptic standout in Glen Park. The four bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is drenched in natural light due to the many, many oversized windows.

Per the unwritten rules of flipping, the home also features an open floor plan with new everything. Anything and everything old has been stripped away.

The views, as usual, are something to behold — from inside this palace, take a gander at the surrounding canyon, parks, and even a mountain. 4,177 square feet total.

Best of all, it's located near Glen Park's "village," one of the few remaining untouched hoods in San Francisco — which is to say, its adorable downtown village area isn't yet saturated with artisan cafes or craft cocktail bars. Get it while you can.

It appears that the house was reduced to its foundation then rebuilt. For those of you who want to see 300 Sussex's former incarnation, here it is prior to getting reconstructive work.