Having been bounced from the dilapidated Bourn Mansion, which was slated to be foreclosed upon and subsequently sold in a bankruptcy sale back in 2009, the infamous Arden Van Upp retreated to the two-unit building she owns at 2807-2809 Steiner Street, a building which is now headed for a sale on the courthouse steps as well.
The Steiner Street building, which Ms. Van Upp purchased for $145,000 in 1971, has a long history of various liens going back to at least 1990, survived a foreclosure scare in 2000, and was briefly scheduled for a forced sale to satisfy an unpaid property tax bill in 2002. But so far, Ms. Van Upp has remained in control of the 5,642 square foot Pacific Heights pad which was used to secure a $5.5 million mortgage from the Northern California Mortgage Fund IX LLC last year.
With over $113,000 in past due payments and penalties having since accrued, a notice of default was issued in March. And the 2807-2809 Steiner Street building is currently scheduled to be foreclosed upon on July 5, 2016, along with the Van Upp owned building at 1019 Ashbury Street which served as collateral for the aforementioned loan as well.