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Stately, fire-damaged Pac Heights home drops price by $600k

Singed abode drops price making it ideal for those seeking a fixer-upper manse

This Georgian home at 2008 Vallejo was damaged within an inch of its life back in 2013. The site of a three-alarm fire , which roared for an hour back in 2013, several people were displaced and damaged accrued to the tune of $1.7 million.

Back in May, it landed on the market for $5.95 million, but this week that price has been pruned to $600,000.

While the exterior shows a grand mini-mansion in a tony neighborhood, the insides are wrecked. This is, to put it lightly, a fixer-upper. But this being San Francisco 2016, we are a touch surprised that no one snapped it up and renovated it to the extreme.

After all, this is a city prone to gutting followed by antiseptic remodeling. Anyway.

This 4,500-square-foot house could finally make a go of it: The average Pacific Heights home sells for $1,194 a square foot, according to Trulia. And 2008 Vallejo comes in at just under that.

Zillow notes that the charred beauty last sold in 1976, for a seemingly scant $215,000. Today it is asking $5,200,000.

There’s also a new proposed floor plan to boot. Behold:

Fire-Damaged Pac Heights Building Asks $6M [Curbed SF]

2008 Vallejo [Redfin]