Purchased for $1,635,000 in January of 2012 with two vacant units, an occupied in-law (which was leased for $500 per month), and one parking spot, the Cow Hollow building at 2827 Greenwich Street returned to the market in May having been redeveloped as a “single-family home” with five bedrooms, four and one-half baths, and two parking spaces on the ground floor.

Listed for $5,945,000, the sale of 2827 Greenwich closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $5,700,000.

While a dwelling unit merger wasn’t approved for the redevelopment of the property, the “au pair/ guest suite and separate kitchenette” on the ground floor appears to have passed inspection as a separate unit but has since been merged for all intents and purposes.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by ok

    This is a grand slam.

  2. Posted by NoeValleyJim

    Why would anyone pay $5M to live in Cow Hollow? Bizarre.

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