1470 Noe Street Kitchen (Image Source: 1470noe.com)

What can we say, by now you should know that we’re suckers for a great kitchen, city views, and a nice deck. Oh, and a nice presentation doesn’t hurt either.

UPDATE (10/15/06): Yes, this is one of Moises Alou’s houses. And no, we don’t know what that means for the Giants.

∙ Listing: 1470 Noe Street (3/2.5) – $1,949,000 [Sotheby’s]

9 thoughts on “Another On Noe (1470 Noe Street)”
  1. I hate to say it because I own them. But Fisher Paykal dish drawers are the WORST dishwashers in the world. Ok a bit of an exaggeration but I could not dislike mine any more never mind the fact that I paid $1600 for it. I say avoid/replace if you can. But they sure are a great idea and look cool.

  2. Not sure where this house in Noe is located, but 1.9ish for this house seems a lot? Those lower bedrooms are depressing, and the wine celler looks more like a celler.

  3. All i have to say is WHY THE HELL SELL A YEAR LATER when you bought it for a whopping $1.875 million?? 5% realtor fee is about $100K = breakeven.
    What is wrong with owners who sell a year later? Utterly ridiculous. Just makes the realtors rich.

  4. Who knows why he’s selling (perhaps someone should let the Giants know…), but if the house last sold for $1.875M in March of ’05, and it sells for the $1.949M this time around, that’s an annual appreciation of about 2.5% for a single family home.

  5. You honestly believe that because someone is wealthy they don’t care about loosing money on an “investment”? That’s just plain ignorant. In fact, if it is a ballplayer’s house, it’s most likely a real financial advisor that’s “coaching” the decision to sell. And THAT tells me something.

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