93 San Pablo Avenue
93 San Pablo Avenue is a 1927 Tudor on the outside, but now bit more modern within.
93 San Pablo Avenue: Kitchen
Purchased as a fixer for $1,260,000 seven months ago and completely overhauled, it’s no where near being an apple.
93 San Pablo Avenue: Before
Its sale, however, will boost the average sales price in the neighborhood (asking $2,575,000). If only that and appreciation were the same thing (but alas they’re not).
∙ Listing: 93 San Pablo Avenue (5/3) – $2,575,000 [MLS]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Michael

    Looks like the co-listing agent James Nunemacher was the buyer in February and then transferred it to “M-J Sf Investments LLC” in March. Would that be one way to get around having to make a “seller is an agent” disclosure?

  2. Posted by Anna

    New dormer and master suite are a nice addition and a good way to add some extra square feet.

  3. Posted by Nicole

    What a transformation! The neighborhood should be happy.

  4. Posted by john

    Talk about speculation! Over twice what they paid for it. House down the street is on the market for $2.6M, much larger and higher quality finishes.

  5. Posted by Mole Man

    The upgrades are a great improvement, yet it is still appalling that residents of St. Francis Woods, arguably the most leafy of all San Francisco neighborhoods, couldn’t get an architect to do a real tudor. That house is still just plain wrong in the way it fits together. It looks like the original builders insisted on a fifties floor plan with tudor design elements. Don’t do that!

  6. Posted by sparky-the-bear

    That is appalling the residents of a leafy neighborhood couldn’t force floor plan changes on the neighbor…almost as appalling as treeless noe valley not forcing everyone to keep the victorian floor plans.

  7. Posted by SocketSite

    The sale of 93 San Pablo Avenue closed escrow on 11/07/08 with a reported contract price of $2,500,000.

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