2476 Broadway 2016

With the asking price for the remodeled view-home next door having been reduced by $2 million (13 percent) last month, the asking price for the “Stately Pacific Heights Compound” at 2476 Broadway has just been reduced by $2.5 million (11 percent) as well.

Once again, purchased as a legal three-unit building, which had long been used as a single-family home, for $7.3 million in early 2014, an application to merge two of the three units was approved, the building was gutted, and “2476 Broadway” returned to the market last month as a contemporary 9,340-square-foot home, “designed for luxurious residential living” and priced at $22 million.

11 thoughts on “A $2.5 Million Price Cut for that Stately Pacific Heights Compound”
  1. Does anyone know if the price includes the books shown in the staging? I think I spied a first edition Reader’s Digest Classics volume in the right bookcase.

  2. It was obvious that was coming. What gets me is the lousy job the developer did and that they’re hardly trying. If you walk up the front walkway the neighbor wall looks totally abandoned and neglected property. That’s fine except they were asking 22M for the place and didn’t think to spend 10k to at least make the front walkway look non-ghetto.

    1. Interesting….I don’t really understand how a time-weathered brick wall is ghetto? What I don’t think works is the new or newly cleaned bright red bricks leading to the remodeled home’s front door, in stark contrast to the color palette of the residence.

      1. You obviously have not seen it and don’t really know what you’re talking about. It’s got old cable wire sticking out, cobwebs and some sort of fungal growth.

  3. Interior cribbed from any copy of Dwell magazine and then they go with grandma style crown moldings. Great views however.

    Where is the rest of the compound?

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