Purchased for $7.525 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, the “Trophy” Cow Hollow home with “a huge North Facing backyard” on a flat block, but with views from its upper levels, at 2764 Greenwich Street returned to the market this past January priced at $8.995 million.

Reduced to $8.495 million in March, relisted for $7.9 million in June and then relisted anew for $7.595 million in August, the 4,712-square-foot, four-bedroom home ended up selling for $7.525 million in September, a sale which was subsequently recorded as having sold “with only 25 days on the market” and “within 1 percent of asking” according to all industry stats and aggregate reports.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by hundo_p

    It’ll be interesting to see where prices settle. Even after recent declines, IXIC trades about 30% above its Dec 2016 level.

  2. Posted by Miraloma Man

    Maybe in part because it looks like every other high-end flip?

  3. Posted by Lancy Jones

    Is that a sheep in picture #6?

    • Posted by Erin

      I sincerely hope you get the black sheep as part of the purchase price. “Eco-friendly lawn maintenance”

  4. Posted by Ohlone Californio

    It’s remarkable that this particular one fetched its 2016 price.

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