Two story inner sunset home

This one sure went into contract quick and that’s not a surprize.

1383 6th Exterior

1383 6th Ave. is both an interesting two story Arts and Crafts Era home and in a phenomenal area. Close to UCSF and the great inner sunset shopping area around 9th and Irving, this home has great intact detail, such as a boxed beam ceiling and great built-ins, and a wonderful opportunity to update it to your own tastes. Four bedrooms and one bathroom on one level, formal living and dining rooms, two car garage.

Boxed beam ceiling in dining room

Incredibly priced at $869,000-I expect this home to have sold over asking.  In the hey-day, done homes of this vintage were selling at 1.5 million dollars.  Now days, I expect done, this home would be more like 1.3 to 1.35 million dollars.

Dining room built-ins

Listed by Pontar Real Estate

March update

Seven offers closed at $975,000 ($106,000 over asking).  For the type house and location, that’s a good price.

A home sale to watch in the Inner Sunset

1522 9th Ave. is a wonderful original home in the Inner Sunset.  Offers are due 1/13/11, so it’s a little late to get in the game, but it sure will be interesting to see what happens.  Listed at $799,000, I expect this home to sell with multiple offers over asking.

1522 9th Ave. exterior

A two story, substantial home, built in 1909.  Four bedrooms-all on one level, one bath, a fireplace and box beamed ceilings in the dining room, two car garage parking.  And of course, a fabulous location in the Inner Sunset, convenient to public transit and all the great shops the area has to offer.

1522 9th Ave. entry

Here’s a quirky little thing about it.  A clinker brick fireplace in the garage!  How’d that get there?!

1522 9th Ave. Kitchen

February update:

The house sold with 11 offers a lot over asking.

February 24th update:

The house closed escrow last week for $885,000-10% over asking.

Inner Sunset Edwardian Fixer

This listing happens to be listed by my company-I saw it today during our office meeting.

It’s a grand (well, it once was) two story Edwardian home, the majority of the home is detached.  First time on the market in 43 years (and looks it).  You can tell it was a great looking home though.

Front exterior of 1471 18th Ave.

1471 18th Ave. (at Judah) listed for $799,000.  3 bedrooms, 2 baths, built in 1911, with parking, on a deep lot (120′).

Cottage or shed? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

The good news about not much being done to the home, is that a lot of the details are still there.  Currently being used as a rooming house and the listing agent states that it will be delivered vacant. Great area, convenient to shopping, public transit and freeways.

A blank canvas for you to make your own! Requires special appointments since it is tenant occupied.  This is the kind of home that is fun to find because it won’t appeal to everyone!

January 2011 update:

The property is withdrawn from the market.