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227 Edgewood Kitchen
We can’t finger the original architect but Henrik Bull gets the credit for remodeling 227 Edgewood in the Sixties and Eighties. And while we might suggest a touchup in the Tens, we’re still digging his Scandinavian flair.
In terms of other San Francisco properties from which to choose this week, while new listings are typically on the decline at this time of the year (having fallen an average of 8% on a week-over-week basis for this week in October over the past four years), 193 new listings hit the MLS over the past week, up 33% week-over-week and 47% year-over-year.
∙ Listing: 227 Edgewood Avenue (4/4) – $2,599,000 [227edgewood.com] [MLS]
Henrik H Bull [wikipedia.org]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Jeremy

    I really like this look, but… no parking? In this area and price range, isn’t that a tough sell?

  2. Posted by sfrenegade

    “while new listings are typically on the decline at this time of the year (having fallen an average of 8% on a week-over-week basis for this week in October over the past four years), 193 new listings hit the MLS over the past week, up 33% week-over-week and 47% year-over-year.”
    That’s pretty impressive this time of year. It makes me wonder if people think the market has stabilized enough to sell again or if it’s out of needing to sell. The media-reported stats have certainly looked good for quite a while. I have noticed a few houses that actually listed in either ’08, ’09, or both before listing again this year, but not sure if that’s common. In some outside-of-SF Bay Area locations, I’ve even seen annual listings from ’06 to ’10 without a sale, which is particularly impressive.

  3. Posted by Tweety

    For $2.6MM, you’d think you’d get at least a few chopped pillows!

  4. Posted by curmudgeon

    I check my hood (eureka valley) pretty regularly, and I was amazed how many completely new properties popped up today. It seemed like more than early September. It seems WAAAYY late…will be interesting

  5. Posted by anonee

    stuff usually goes fast up there and though its preferable to have a garage at least the street parking is easy b/c of the out of the way nature of this area.

  6. Posted by mike

    “We can’t finger the original architect”
    i’m not sure how to take this…

  7. Posted by Pumpkin

    I love this neighborhood! Seriously, it is one of my favorite in the city!
    Here is some recent scoop for Edgewood:
    We were looking last year and…um…there was a home in need of some work (this home, from the pics, looks in need of some updating, as well) that HAS A GARAGE and sold for around this price….
    And, there was a home that was listed for less, with NO GARAGE, that was withdrawn from the market…
    Anyway, there hasn’t been any other listing on Edgewood in about a year…so…who knows…maybe there is a pent-up demand for this little oasis of a street (really, it is one of the absolute nicest streets in the entire city).
    I question the parking on Edgewood even though the realtor told us that there is never a problem with parking. When we went to view one of the above homes, I remember a few cars, filled with people in scrubs (UCSF), parking on this street–it must have been a change in shift when we were there.

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