Having overcome a rather ironic effort to block its development, an effort which was positioned by the owners of the 6,000-square-foot home next door as a fight to preserve “the character and charm” of the neighborhood, the 5,165-square-foot Noe Valley home at 645 Duncan Street finished up construction in 2018 and sold for $6.6 million that November.
The five-floor, four-bedroom home with a three-car garage and elevator between its floors features a contemporary interior, with high-end finishes, sweeping views and a top-floor family/media room with a wet bar, bathroom and roof deck.
And having returned to the market listed for $6.6 million three weeks ago, the resale of 645 Duncan Street has closed escrow with an “over asking” contract price of $6.7 million, representing total appreciation of 1.5 percent for the high-end Noe Valley home since the fourth quarter of 2018 on an apples-to-apples basis.
The index for Bay Area (“San Francisco”) home values, the latest installment of which will be released tomorrow, is up
12.5 16.1 percent over the same period of time.