Purchased out of foreclosure for $3,066,001 in 2009 having been listed for $10,950,000 in 2008, the storied Cow Hollow home at 2151 Green Street has since been completely rebuilt and remodeled and has just returned to the market as an “industrial chic home” with 6,733 chic square feet for which they’re asking $9,950,000 in 2013.
In addition to dual sinks and showers, the master bath now features a soaking tub with ceiling mounted filler spilling the water over ten feet to the tub.
On the lower level a new spa, temperature controlled wine room, theater and workout room with an obligatory ballet bar and mirror have been built:

And on the roof, there’s now a deck with built-in barbeque, fire pit and big bay views.
Construction on the new home on the formerly attached lot at 2157 Greet Street continues to make progress having been purchased by the same developer as 2151 Green Street for $3,700,000 in 2009 (versus marketed for $24,500,000 in 2008 including construction).
∙ Listing: 2151 Green Street (5/5.5) 6,733 sqft – $9,950,000 [2151green.com]
The 2151 Green Street Scoop: Wait For It… [SocketSite]
But Hey, $550,000 Is Simply A Rounding Error To A Proper Industrialist [SocketSite]
Sold Together For $9M in ’07, Purchased Apart For $6,766,001 In ’09 [SocketSite]
The Scoop On 2157 Green Street (Could You See The Foreshadowing?) [SocketSite]

9 thoughts on “Industrial Chic And A Storied Past In Cow Hollow”
  1. The home next door is coming along as well and looks to be completed in the next few months is my guess. There are some videos up on youtube showing a pretty detailed look at the work being done on rehabilitating this (2151) place. Looks very nice. Good luck.

  2. I still think this is going to be a tough sell even with the trendy interior by Nova. I’m sure there’s an elevator from the garage, but there are still 8 million steps to the front door. I also don’t like the way the new construction wraps around the chimney of this property. But maybe that won’t affect a potential buyer. Anyway, good luck with this.

  3. Denis, the elevator does indeed service all three living levels and is accessible from the garage as well as a separate guest entry at the street level.

  4. I wish I understood the foreclosure market better. Where can one find more info on that?
    $3,066,000 for this place is a steal. Even in 2009

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