1805 Broadway

Perhaps it’s simply a fat finger error, but as a plugged-in reader notes, the “Can, Can, Can” home at 1805 Broadway which was on the market in 2009 asking $4,859,900 before quickly being reduced and withdrawn and then re-listed for two weeks earlier this year at $4,199,000 has returned to the MLS listed as “1801” Broadway with a $3,999,000 price.

Purchased from the Feinstein family for $3,400,000 in November of 2006 and then remodeled in 2008, the property remains available for rent asking $18,500 a month and listed a little more liberally on craigslist at 5,000 square feet with seven bedrooms as it was in 2009 as well.

The inspiration for a reader’s “can, can, can” line:

1805 Broadway Kitchen

As the kitchen looked circa 2006:

1805 Broadway Kitchen Before

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by shza

    Wow, the “before” kitchen is only slightly less atrocious than the after. Money and poor taste never mix well.

  2. Posted by Lori

    Why is there a couch pushed up against the kitchen island? That looks ridiculous. Nothing like getting food in your guests’ hair while you’re preparing their dinner.
    Someone better get a competent stager in there.

  3. Posted by fred

    Ugliest home ever. the worst. not fixable.

  4. Posted by noearch

    Really ugliest home ever. Someone went to Downlights R Us.

  5. Posted by NoeValleyJim

    That old kitchen is hysterical for a house this sized. Why so small? Did the family eat out all the time or something? It is hard to imagine throwing something like a dinner party out of this small space.
    The new space is at least large enough, though the colors are kind of peculiar.

  6. Posted by bernalkid

    how can it be one block from union st? of course, i don’t live in pacific heights

  7. Posted by sfrenegade

    “That old kitchen is hysterical for a house this sized. Why so small? Did the family eat out all the time or something?”
    Pshaw, the kitchen is for the help.

  8. Posted by john

    How can that be the same kitchen? What, did they move it to a different room?

  9. Posted by SocketSite

    The list price for 1805 Broadway has been reduced to $3,899,000. Once again, purchased from the Feinstein family for $3,400,000 in 2006 but then remodeled and listed for $4,859,900 in 2009.

  10. Posted by SocketSite

    The listing for 1805 Broadway has once again been withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale.

  11. Posted by Denis

    This mess is back at 4.195… Please commence laughter.

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