1495 Valencia: Living
Two of eight new “2 and 3 Bedroom City Homes” at 1495 Valencia have been listed with prices of $739,000 for #3 (a two-bedroom) and $999,000 for #4 (a three-bedroom). Two car parking each. And a logo that apparently cost 300 bucks.
∙ Listing: 1495 Valencia #3 (2/2.5) 950 sqft – $739,000 [MLS]
∙ Listing: 1495 Valencia #4 (3/3) 1,425 sqft – $999,000 [MLS]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by lyqwyd

    why do these have 2 parking spaces each? Totally unnecessary.

  2. Posted by jimbobjones

    Yes, we get it. Parking spaces are evil. Thanks for your valuable input. *sigh*

  3. Posted by mikeywoodz

    almost 800 Sq ft in the mish, seem pricey to anyone else?

  4. Posted by 45yo hipster

    I thought I saw these listed for rent 6-8 months ago. But then construction continued on site. Strange. Oh well, close proximiy to anthony’s cookies should be a selling point, IMO.

  5. Posted by EH

    I’m gonna have to walk by here sometime. Two-car parking, a good bath-to-bedroom ratio, and the location pretty much peg these as good in my book. A bit pricey, but units like these just don’t exist. The only thing better for me would be one of those 2/2 setback shacks that are rapidly disappearing.

  6. Posted by cerky

    I think they did a nice job retaining the historic front of one of the buildings and adding the more modern building. It is great that they have parking spaces – with such close proximity to 101 a lot of commuters live in the area.
    Added plus: just down the street from Anthony’s cookies!

  7. Posted by Outsider

    950 sf on two or three levels means tiny space for everything. But the wide-angle images make the unit look airy – or are we looking at the 1400 sf 3/3 unit…Baths are nicely done. Two parking spots is fantastic. Worth an extra $100k just because of it. The rooftop space is also lovely. A final price in the mid-high 600s would make it a reasonable buy – again assuming the 2/2 looks similar to the pictures provided.

  8. Posted by SFLooking

    Does anybody else question the “Inner Mission” designation? IMO this is on the outskirts of Outter. Also the design looks very similar to the 480 14th street that was marketed by Vanguard and now is all rental.
    [Editor’s Note: Officially the “Outer Mission” is south of Geneva Avenue out in District 10 (between Crocker Amazon and Ingleside), while the “Inner Mission” is what most know as The Misson (north of Cesar Chavez).]

  9. Posted by Toadie

    Is this area really considered the “Valencia Corridor”?? What would one consider the arbitrary boundariies of this “hip” corridor?

  10. Posted by Mischon

    Is Mission Pie, Garcon, Ritual, Spork the new Pi Bar part of “hip” Valencia? Does it have to be at 16th and Valencia to be “hip”…yikes!!

  11. Posted by SocketSite

    The sale of 1495 Valencia #3 closed escrow on 3/5/10 with a reported contract price of $730,000.

  12. Posted by SocketSite

    The sale of 1495 Valencia #4 closed escrow today with a reported contract price of $949,000 ($695 per square foot).

  13. Posted by anonn

    And that is the Mission gentrifying, 26th and Valencia, 950K. Wow.

  14. Posted by anon

    Well, let’s be clear we’re talking 26th and Valencha, not 26th and Folsom near a housing project, although still in gang-injunction land. Not my bag, but congrats to the seller.

  15. Posted by anonn

    Ha. Saying the exact intersection wasn’t clear enough? ~700 a foot for a condo there is significant.

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