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Redesigned, Rebuilt, Reduced and Resold

Redesigned, Rebuilt, Reduced and Resold

Purchased for $2,010,000 in November of 2013, the three-bedroom Pac Heights home with a rather challenging floor plan and multifaceted façade at 2523 Steiner Street returned to the market priced at $3,995,000 in July of 2015 but failed to sell. Plans to correct the home’s interior and exterior flaws,... Read More »

Twice The Price After Two Years In Pac Heights (Again)

Twice The Price After Two Years In Pac Heights (Again)

Foreclosed upon in 2009 with nearly $3 million owed at the time, the Pacific Heights home at 2523 Steiner returned to the market listed for $1,450,000 in March of 2011, was repainted three times in quick succession, and then sold for $1,260,000 that May. A little over two years... Read More »

Two Years Later And 60 Percent More For This Pacific Heights Pad

Two Years Later And 60 Percent More For This Pacific Heights Pad

As we wrote about the Pacific Heights pad above this past August: Foreclosed upon in 2009 with nearly $3 million owed at the time, the Pacific Heights home at 2523 Steiner returned to the market listed for $1,450,000 in 2011, was repainted three times in quick succession, and then... Read More »

Twice The Price Of Two Years Ago, Time To Repaint?

Twice The Price Of Two Years Ago, Time To Repaint?

Foreclosed upon in 2009 with nearly $3 million owed at the time, the Pacific Heights home at 2523 Steiner returned to the market listed for $1,450,000 in 2011, was repainted three times in quick succession, and then sold for $1,260,000 that May. Without any permits to remodel having been... Read More »

Will The Third Time Be The Chocolatey Color Charm For 2523 Steiner?

Will The Third Time Be The Chocolatey Color Charm For 2523 Steiner?

Another coat of now chocolatey colored paint has been applied to the façade of 2523 Steiner. As a plugged-in reader wonders, will the third time be the color charm? And considering that the previous coats of paint weren’t first stripped from the hardwood around the windows before re-painting, how... Read More »

Color Me Yours At 2523 Steiner

Color Me Yours At 2523 Steiner

Perhaps they’ve finally cried a color uncle over at 2523 Steiner as what appeared to have been a base coat last week is looking a little more temporarily permanent as the painters tape has been removed. We’re now awaiting the requisite “ready for your own designer touches” verbiage to... Read More »

Oh No They’re Not, Oh Yes They Are At 2523 Steiner Again

Oh No They’re Not, Oh Yes They Are At 2523 Steiner Again

It’s been a week since they finished repainting 2523 Steiner. And as a plugged-in tipster notes, they’re back at it today. We doubt any plugged-in person will be too surprised. As to the home’s floor plan flaws, that’s going to take more than paint. Bonus points to the reader... Read More »

The Freshly Re-Finished Façade Of 2523 Steiner

The Freshly Re-Finished Façade Of 2523 Steiner

No, it’s not an underground Fresh & Easy that’s popped up in Pacific Heights, but rather the re-finished façade of 2523 Steiner which plugged-in people saw coming and well before. Once again, the property which was foreclosed upon in 2009 with no bidders at $2,408,718 cash on nearly $3... Read More »

A Quick Curb A-Peel Change For A Weathered Wooden Facade

A Quick Curb A-Peel Change For A Weathered Wooden Facade

Three days ago the foreclosed upon 2523 Steiner hit the market and we promptly featured the property and its façade, the condition of which drew a few comments. Today, a plugged-in tipster catches the painters hurriedly at work before the first open house this weekend. I did not previously... Read More »

Pacific Heights For 50 Percent Below 2006 Expectations And Debt

Pacific Heights For 50 Percent Below 2006 Expectations And Debt

As we wrote about 2523 Steiner back in 2007: After 138 days on the market, and three price reductions (now $505,000 or 15% below its original list price ), 2523 Steiner is still on the market. But now it’s also testing the waters as a rental ($10,000 per... Read More »