Purchased as a 1,500-square-foot Noe Valley home for $750,000 in 2003, Eric Melvin, the lead guitarist for NOFX, doubled the living space at 665 29th Street, remodeled the home’s rear studio, and added the all-new kitchen, lower-level family room, third bedroom and two-car garage below.

And having returned to the market listed for $3.6 million, or roughly $1,180 per square foot, two months ago, the asking price for the punk rocker’s pad with big views was just reduced 8.5 percent to $3.295 million and roughly $1,080 per foot.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by curmudgeon

    Sweet place, but so foggy and cold up there in Diamond Heights adjacent Noe Valley.

    • Posted by jake

      I’d rather have cold and foggy over sunny and stepping over homeless to get to my front door.

    • Posted by Kent

      It’s San Francisco.

  2. Posted by Jay78

    Pretty sweet pad. I dig it, but not the price.

  3. Posted by Autodick

    Hideous wall paper, but easy to correct.

  4. Posted by SocketSite

    UPDATE: The asking price for 665 29th Street has just been reduced another $300K (9.1 percent) to $2.995 million and under $1,000 per square foot.

    • Posted by bachman_erlich_overdrive

      Great, right where it should have started months ago.

      The fourth studio album from NOFX is called, “White Trash, Two Heebs, and Bean.”

      Seems like it would be punk rock for someone to tag this house. Stick it to the man, and all.

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