141 Hampshire

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Having been listed for as much as $3,500,000 in 2008 but withdrawn from the market in 2010 last asking $1,700,000 prior to Lincecum’s leasing, the current listing for the 2,790 square foot 141 Hampshire Street Unit B sports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.

141 Hampshire Unit B

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.

8 thoughts on “Live Like Tim Lincecum (Two Year $40.5M Contract Not Included)”
  1. 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’).

  2. 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.]

  3. 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.

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