Newly constructed upon a previously vacant Bernal Heights parcel, the contemporary four-level home at 152 Elise Street features an open floor plan on the main level, two bedrooms on the level above, another two bedrooms on the level below, and a media/family room on the lowest level.
What the new home doesn’t feature, however, is a garage or single off-street parking space.
Regardless, having been on the market since September asking $2,199,000, the sale of 152 Elsie has just closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2,310,000, surpassing the $2,150,000 paid for 306 Mullen in 2008 and making it the most expensive reported home sale in the history of Bernal Heights.
That being said, if a tipster is correct, the quiet sale of another Bernal Heights home which was never officially on the market is poised to blow away the $2.3 million record. As always, we’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.