145 Magnolia Living

The site was purchased for $466,000 in 1998 and by 2000 a four-story and light-filled 3,400 square foot property had risen at 145 Magnolia. It sold for $2,800,000 that July.

145 Magnolia Kitchen

It’s now eleven years later and the Marina property is back on the market listed for $3,250,000. And it’s still looking rather contemporary both within and without.

145-147 Magnolia Exterior

∙ Listing: 145-147 Magnolia (5/4.5) 3,400 sqft – $3,250,000 [145magnolia] [ninahatvany]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by eddy

    This place is going to get clubber lang’d.

  2. Posted by unwarrantedinlaw

    The rooms look as wide as football fields.

  3. Posted by unwarrantedinlaw

    One of the pictures shows that the Golden Gate Bridge is so close that you could reach out and touch it.

  4. Posted by sfrenegade

    Lots of lens trickery for a 3400 sqft house is strange and insecure. Still, this is Nina, so was it sold last week at asking?
    Is there some movable partition for the master BR? Almost looks like there is.

  5. Posted by tipster

    Reduced to 2.995, within 10% of its 2000 price and more than a quarter of a million dollars has evaporated, if it sells at asking.

  6. Posted by eddy

    It wont.

  7. Posted by eddy

    It’s back @ $2,995,000 and Zero DOM.
    See above comment.

  8. Posted by eddy

    Sold: $2,850,000
    It did better than I thought it would.

  9. Posted by El Bombero

    2000 price, gotta love seeing that!

  10. Posted by eddy

    I still think whoever bought it overpaid.

  11. Posted by BillyBalls

    @eddy: Agreed.
    So quiet on this thread. Where are all the above asking real sf cheerleaders?

  12. Posted by eddy

    So much for that. This place just traded for over $1kpsf with not much more than an exterior paint job and some cabinets.

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