It’s not yet listed and its website is still coming soon, but we have the inside scoop on the music video that’s been produced to showcase 457 Oak Street #1.
Purchased for $425,000 in October 2008, the one-bedroom TIC is returning to the market asking $429,000 with a new gas line run to the kitchen and to which a gas range with convection oven is now attached.
Consider the market (and background music) bar officially raised.
∙ Coming Soon: 457 Oak Street #1 (1/1) – $429,000 (TIC) []

27 thoughts on “It’s A Gas, Gas, Gas In Hayes Valley”
  1. I’m not in the market for a 1BR unit, but that video was, to get caught up in the California vernacular, AWESOME!!!
    Boy would I love something like that for the historic homes to which I do green rehabs. What tremendous emotion it infuses into the concept of living in that home and ‘hood.

  2. Nice gimmick, but I don’t know if it will help. There’s no real hope of condo conversion here. The 2008 sale of $425K didn’t beat inflation relative to its 2004 sale of $400K ($456K in 2008 dollars and $469K in 2011 dollars). That hallway area isn’t really useful except for storage.

  3. Really well done. Great job of capturing the Hayes Valley and unit vibe. Not in the market for a one-bedroom but made me want to take a look.

  4. wow.i want to be hipster after seeing that video : grow facial hair,wear tight jeans oversized sunglasses and ironic t-shirts.and live in williamsburg(hipster ground zero) or hayes valley

  5. Nicely done on the video, I want to put a flower on my hair and skip along the rainy street of Hayes Valley right now.

  6. I like it too; tho skeptical that it helps sell the unit. Probably will generate foot traffic. In any event, they just upped the ante for RE marketing. Will this be a trend?

  7. yeah, I like the video and the music… sounds like pomplamoose… am I jaded because it makes me suspicious of the unit?

  8. So, I haven’t been invited yet ’cause I’ve got these like really bad student loans, but like there is this kinda party in this warehouse where the DJ is like this cool broker and he invites these cool people who have prequalify and they play videos of cool places to live.

  9. I guess she’s actually kind of cool. Two years ago, she did one that’s a spoof of Reagan’s “Morning in America” pitch.
    The Aussie one take it up a notch. But, that’s a high end place.
    How can the one poster tell the model of camera used? I’m curious.

  10. either i haven’t been to socketsite in a while, or there are a lot of friends of the realtor first time posters here.
    i do like the art and creativity, but i seriously question the utility of it to sell anything. shots of leaves, dog walker, blurred out bottom of a cabinet….. with about 15 total seconds of the actual unit. what’s the point other than to as a resume builder in another profession?

  11. Video made Hayes Valley look pretty great. Unfortunately, it made the unit out to be small, dark, and kinda nasty. Hopefully it is not so bad in the flesh.

  12. Is the neighborhood good for kids? The koshland park has kids gardening programs as does the on ramp garden. You can walk to a lot of schools nearby. Lots of parks and playgrounds and schools. Note: I am the listing agent. Fro more imofrtion about the neighborhood please see our website and meighborhood map

  13. Music needs moar cowbell (and handclaps).
    Seriously tho, i’m impressed with the production of this video. Not an AV expert, but is this tilt-shift video? It has a warm, cloudy effect that works well and give an exciting vision of the localle. Makes one want to visit the property in person. Props, Kathleen.

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