While the official unveiling isn’t until noon, and we were doing our best to wait, banner ads for the 2010 San Francisco Dream House Raffle have started running with pictures of the house so it’s game on and time to name that house as…815 Alvarado.
On the market for four months at $2,965,000 in the second half of 2009, the four bedroom home with three and one-half baths and a legal apartment down was withdrawn from the market in December without a sale.
As noted yesterday, the grand prize winner of the raffle will have the choice of this “$3 Million Dream House” or $1.5 million in cash versus last year’s “$2.4 million Dream House” or $1.8 million in cash (which was chosen).
UPDATE: And as a plugged-in reader notes, the raffle website is now live as well with photos and floor plans. And once again, what was there before.
∙ Noe Valley Dreaming (And Raffle House Unveiled Tomorrow) [SocketSite]
∙ An Arts & Crafts 815 Alvarado By The Numbers In Noe [SocketSite]
∙ 2010 San Francisco Dream House Raffle [sfraffle.com]
∙ 815 Alvarado As Was In 1997 (Prior To Prevalent Digital Photography) [SocketSite]
∙ Can’t Sell? Raffle! 1240 5th Avenue: The “San Francisco Dream House” [SocketSite]
∙ 1240 5th Avenue: Raffle Winner Chooses Reality Over The Dream [SocketSite]