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Dilapidated Postcard Row Victorian Trades for $3.55 Million

Dilapidated Postcard Row Victorian Trades for $3.55 Million

The seven Victorian homes on the 700 block of Steiner Street, a number of which were nearly demolished in the 1970s, were developed by Matthew Kavanaugh between 1892 and 1896 and are now recognized the wold over as San Francisco’s iconic Postcard Row. While one of the most photographed... Read More »

Postcard Row Home Sells For $3.1 Million

Postcard Row Home Sells For $3.1 Million

Originally built for Matthew Kavanaugh, the developer of San Francisco’s Postcard Row, the 4,700-square-foot Victorian at 722 Steiner Street had been slated for demolition in the 1970’s prior to being rescued and restored. Listed for sale in early 2010 asking $3,999,999, the Postcard Row home at the corner of... Read More »

A Quick $500,000 Cut For The Postcard Row Home On The Corner

A Quick $500,000 Cut For The Postcard Row Home On The Corner

Having returned to the market three weeks ago listed for $4,000,000, a dollar more than the price at which it was listed in early 2010, the list price for the corner Postcard Row home at 722 Steiner Street has just been reduced by $500,000 (12 percent). Read More »

Postcard Row Home Survives Another Threat, Back On The Market

Postcard Row Home Survives Another Threat, Back On The Market

San Francisco’s Postcard Row was developed by Matthew Kavanaugh between 1892 and 1896, with the first house in the row at Steiner and Grove the developer’s own home. Having survived the Great Quake, the 4,700-square-foot Victorian at 722 Steiner Street was slated for demolition in the 1970’s but survived... Read More »

Postcard Row On The Courthouse Steps

Postcard Row On The Courthouse Steps

As we wrote about the San Francisco Postcard Row home at 722 Steiner in 2010: First listed for $3,999,999 in February, reduced a few times, and last asking $3,199,000 before being withdrawn from the MLS in , 722 Steiner has been relisted asking $2,950,000. And the listing now... Read More »

A Painted Lady On San Francisco’s Postcard Row Seeks A Suitor

A Painted Lady On San Francisco’s Postcard Row Seeks A Suitor

One of the six famously photographed painted ladies on San Francisco’s Postcard Row, 710 Steiner last changed hands in 1993 when it sold for $575,000. The 2,500 square foot Victorian is now back on the market and seeking a suitor at $2,295,000. From the Full House opening credits to... Read More »

While A Big One Sells, Another Is Scheduled For The Steps

While A Big One Sells, Another Is Scheduled For The Steps

As we wrote about 818 Steiner this past February: Built for Louis Hartter, his wife Emily Geisel and their five children in 1899, the 5,693 finished square feet of 818 Steiner were completely refinished between 2004 when purchased for $1,620,000 and 2007 when sold for $3,400,000. It’s now four... Read More »

802, 804 & 808 Steiner As Revised And Proposed Below Postcard Row

802, 804 & 808 Steiner As Revised And Proposed Below Postcard Row

Plugged-in people have long known about the plans and original designs (which have since been revised, see the latest rendering below) for three new construction homes on Steiner behind 940 Grove and down the street from San Francisco’s historic Postcard Row. Once again, the proposed project would demolish the... Read More »

“Seller MUST Sell” 722 Steiner

“Seller MUST Sell” 722 Steiner

First listed for $3,999,999 in February, reduced a few times, and last asking $3,199,000 (before being withdrawn from the MLS in September), 722 Steiner has been relisted anew for $2,950,000. And the listing now notes: “Seller MUST sell, will consider all offers.” Once again, Matthew Kavanaugh developed the 700... Read More »

722 Steiner: Reduced Again (By Postage For 750,000 Postcards)

722 Steiner: Reduced Again (By Postage For 750,000 Postcards)

On Friday, five days after a fifty-one thousand dollar reduction, the list price for 722 Steiner was reduced another $210,000. Now asking $3,589,000 for the Shannon-Kavanaugh House (10 percent under its original list price of $3,999,999). ∙ Listing: 722 Steiner (5/4.5) – $3,589,000 Read More »