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A Noe Valley Landmark Resells for $225K Less

A Noe Valley Landmark Resells for $225K Less

Purchased by a tech entrepreneur for $5.55 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44 at 3816 22nd Street returned to the market in October 2015 priced at $6.898 million. Withdrawn from the MLS at the end of 2015 without a reported sale,... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for This Noe Valley Landmark

Million Dollar Cut for This Noe Valley Landmark

Purchased by a tech entrepreneur for $5.55 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street returned to the market at the end of 2015 listed for $6.898 million, touting a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” (for the third time in five years). Withdrawn from... Read More »

A Giant Elk and Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley for Cow Hollow

A Giant Elk and Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley for Cow Hollow

As we first reported when the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street sold for $5.55 million in 2013, the buyer was technically the “Megaloceros, LLC,” behind which a tech entrepreneur was hidden. Two weeks ago, Megaloceros purchased the modern Cow Hollow home at 1864 Greenwich Street for... Read More »

A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

Briefly on the market for $5,250,000 this past September, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street quickly sold for $5,550,000 or $955 per square foot and the buyer was an extinct giant elk. Okay, so the buyer wasn’t actually an extinct giant elk but rather the “Megaloceros,... Read More »

Noe’s Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Closes For Just Over 4

Noe’s Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Closes For Just Over 4

As we first reported last month: We’re not in the habit of mentioning a sale until it has closed. And considering 3816 22nd Street has been in and out of contract before, we should probably wait. Then again, it appears as though all contingencies have been waived this time... Read More »

Tomorrow’s Noe Buzz Today: Firehouse 44 Back In Contract

Tomorrow’s Noe Buzz Today: Firehouse 44 Back In Contract

We’re not in the habit of mentioning a sale until it has closed. And considering 3816 22nd Street has been in and out of contract before, we should probably wait. Then again, it appears as though all contingencies have been waived this time around. And the sale of Firehouse... Read More »

Transparency At Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street)

Transparency At Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street)

Briefly in contract last month when asking $4,800,000, this afternoon the list price for Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) was reduced to $4,250,000. Once again, the renovated firehouse was first listed for $6,375,000 in May of 2008. And in the words of a plugged-in reader, a “seller will typically... Read More »

Firehouse 44: Listed In 2008, Withdrawn In 2009, Returning In 2010?

Firehouse 44: Listed In 2008, Withdrawn In 2009, Returning In 2010?

As we wrote in October: It’s been on the market since May 22, 2008. And during that time the asking price has dropped from $6,375,000 to $5,175,000. And no, 3816 22nd Street (a.k.a. Firehouse 44) isn’t in contract. But a new photo has been added to the listing (although... Read More »

The Holy Hotness Of Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Hits The Market

The Holy Hotness Of Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Hits The Market

Of course plugged-in people already know its history, knew it was coming, and had an idea of what to expect. And now it’s here. The most striking element of the renovated Firehouse 44: a “4-story glass and reclaimed lumber staircase atrium.” And if 3816 22nd Street (a.k.a. Engine Company... Read More »

Holy Hotness, History, And Home: Engine Company No. 44 Returns

Holy Hotness, History, And Home: Engine Company No. 44 Returns

Built by the McSheehy Brothers in 1909, 3816 22nd Street served as home to San Francisco’s Engine Company No. 44 and their horses for fifty years. In 1959 the firehouse was sold to Mark and Beth Adams who maintained the firehouse in relatively original condition but employed the space... Read More »