Here’s a house that will give the entire la-di-da zip code of 94301 the “You’re not wearing THAT cheap thing?” glare it so rarely gets. Yes, today’s featured listing is asking more than double the $1000 a square foot altitude we’ve come to love near University Avenue.
Thanks very much to Redfin Bay Area Forums reader tarazet for this find.
86 Stanton St, San Francisco, CA 94114
SQ. FT.: 435
$/SQ. FT.: $2,644
LOT SIZE: –
PROPERTY TYPE: Single-Family Home
YEAR BUILT: 1918
COMMUNITY: Eureka Valley/Dolore
COUNTY: San Francisco
SOURCE: San Francisco MLS
ON REDFIN: 202 days
Two Buildable Lots and One Updated Cottage that sits in a little dell, down flagstone steps, with a terraced stone-paved front yard and grassy side yard. Two skylights, bleached hardwood floors, peaked beamed roof, bathroom with glassblock. Pedini Kitchen: Viking range, Carrera marble countertops. Great development plans available for viewing or develop your own.
Have we ever had a house listed for this much a foot? This one cleared $2000 a foot, but isn’t anywhere as awesome because its high price is due to being on half an acre in Los Gatos. Today’s house breaks the $2600 a foot barrier on a whopping 2347 square foot lot. Now that takes some doing.
That’s right. TWO buildable lots on the 2347 square feet. I bet this house is perfect for two families as well.
Speaking of $2600, that’s exactly what this place rents for per month. That means the price rent ratio is a delightfully buyer-friendly 36.86. Wowzers, you’d best jump on this place, because that hanging Ikea lamp probably adds at least an extra $75,000 to the kitchen.
Update: Price reduced to a million even last Friday. It’s now a bargain at $2,299 a foot!