Live Like Tim Lincecum (Two Year $40.5M Contract Not Included)January 30, 2012
As a plugged-in reader notes, the condo Tim Lincecum rented in 2010, and from which he was accused of stealing and destroying $200,000 worth of household items in 2011, has returned to the market listed for $1,795,000.
Having been listed for as much as $3,500,000 in 2008 but withdrawn from the market in 2010 last asking $1,700,000 prior to Lincecum’s leasing, the current listing for the 2,790 square foot 141 Hampshire Street Unit B sports photos from its pre-Lincecum days.
Bonus points for identifying $200,000 worth of “bedding, doors, carpet, pillows, kitchenware, linens, furniture, household appliances, art work, decorations, patio furniture, lights, lamps, and mirrors” which could have been stolen or destroyed.
Comments from Plugged-In Readers
Or, more to the point, identifying “$200,000 of new stuff in the house.” I certainly haven’t heard of silverware or pillows coming with a house purchase as anything but an aberration (outside of ‘fully furnished’).
I don’t see how this place could have ever listed for $3.5M. Was that for the whole building maybe? This place is 2790 sq feet, that would have been $1250/sq foot, which is more like Millennium pricing, not what I would expect to see in an industrial part of The Mission.
Even today’s pricing at $650 per sq foot seems pretty aggressive, given the neighborhoods median of under $500. This one is in for further rounds of cuts.
[Editor’s Note: Nope, the $3,500,000 was just for this unit as Timmy wasn’t the only one smoking something back in early 2008.]
if the sale of the adjacent shopping mall went through and redevelopment occurred, any thoughts on the value?
[Editor’s Note: From Seals Stadium, To Strip Mall, To 1,800 Rental Units On 16th?]
The reason for shopping center sale is because the current owner (JV w very capable developer) can’t pull off the redevelopment themselves. Long term Safeway lease + grocery store required parking = highly unlikely redevelopment.
Beautiful place, great views!
The asking price for 141 Hampshire Street Unit #B has just been reduced $122,000 (6.8%), now asking $1,673,000.
As john notes, 141 Hampshire Street Unit #B has sold. And now we have the sale price: Lincecum’s Old Party Pad Gets Traded.
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