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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 »

Is It Simply The New New Strategy, Or Is It Actually A(nother) Sign?

Is It Simply The New New Strategy, Or Is It Actually A(nother) Sign?

It’s a plugged-in reader that points out another apple ripening on the Noe Valley housing tree. Purchased for $965,000 on 8/4/06, 1024 Sanchez is back on the market today with a list price of $949,000. Is listing below the last sale price simply the newest pricing strategy (“made you... Read More »

Another Look At 1420 Douglass (And A Reader’s “Lazy Noe Indicator”)

Another Look At 1420 Douglass (And A Reader’s “Lazy Noe Indicator”)

Another plugged-in reader already stole our thunder (and pretty much all our lines), but to sum it all up: 1. Eight months ago 1420 Douglass was purchased for $1,945,000 ($250,000 over asking); 2. Two months ago it returned to the market with a list price of $2,095,000 (and a... Read More »

Not Overheard Everyday (Again): Five Months After Closing, It’s Back

Not Overheard Everyday (Again): Five Months After Closing, It’s Back

Six months ago it was on the market for $1,695,000 and caught our attention for two reasons: 1. the design of the central staircase/fireplace, and 2. it had changed hands 17 months prior for what we assume was a pre-remodel price of $1,300,000. And while 1420 Douglass ended up... Read More »

A Quick Update On 8 Kronquist Court (It Sold)

A Quick Update On 8 Kronquist Court (It Sold)

A full rundown of recent sales for properties we’ve previously featured is coming early next week, but in order to start the weekend with a pretty picture we thought we’d let you know that 8 Kronquist Court closed escrow this week with a contract price was $2,200,000 (4.1% under... Read More »

An Potential Option On 8 Kronquist (For Those Who Are Optimistic)

An Potential Option On 8 Kronquist (For Those Who Are Optimistic)

So you’re longing to live at 8 Kronquist but for one reason or another you couldn’t qualify (or quite afford it). And you’re sure that in a year or two your finances will be in better shape (and that the market will have moved up). Well, you just might... Read More »

Mo’ Modern, Mo’ Modern, Mo’ Modern (But No Nelly) Over In Noe

Mo’ Modern, Mo’ Modern, Mo’ Modern (But No Nelly) Over In Noe

A few quick details on 8 Kronquist Court: glass, steel and stucco; roof terrace, radiant floors and solar panels; and a wall of fold away glass doors that make us want to cry (in a very good way). The architect: Jonathan Feldman. UPDATE: And yes, a “Garden Party” preview... Read More »

Not Overheard Everyday: Don’t Hit Your Head On The Fireplace

Not Overheard Everyday: Don’t Hit Your Head On The Fireplace

It’s the central staircase and fireplace designs that caught our attention. And perhaps it’s also interesting to note that it last changed hands on 2/24/2006 (for what we’re assuming was a pre-remodel price of $1,300,000). ∙ Listing: 1420 Douglass (3/2) – $1,695,000 Read More »

Another On Noe (1470 Noe Street)

Another On Noe (1470 Noe Street)

What can we say, by now you should know that we’re suckers for a great kitchen, city views, and a nice deck. Oh, and a nice presentation doesn’t hurt either. UPDATE (10/15/06): Yes, this is one of Moises Alou’s houses. And no, we don’t know what that means for... Read More »