[via Kyle Skelton] [Thanks, Luke!]
According to Redfin, it’s $1,149,000. That’s a lot of cappuccinos!
A warm thank you to all of you hipsters who helped triple the value of my real estate…
Oh, and please let me know where you’re moving next.
los angeles. it’s already gentrified but still has a ton of artists and musicians. And stinky tofu is readily available.
LA has so much more spread out land. SF is almost like an Island so artists have to move on out. Too bad really.
To Portland, where rent is rising 10% each year. Still massively cheaper than SF, but since the word got out about it people are pounding it, and it too will have an affordability crisis like the entire West Coast has. Luckily for them its basically just a suburb style city with a small downtown and a few industrial centers, so they should be able to keep enough housing by merely building 3-4 story buildings for the foreseeable future.
As for SF, I’d say probably Portola, though not many people are wise to that yet.
That was the right answer about four years ago. The answer now is FresNO! (No, not really, but hey, they could use investment and well, we got enough people here).
Google buses to Fresno (and Bakersfield)! That should cure things. 4 hrs. plus to work, one-way each day will make workers think about living in the suburb of Visalia, instead of the suburb of San Francisco!
Anyway, yes, let’s spread the wealth around.
can’t you walk to anywhere in this City?
Hi readers, Realtor Pat Patricelli here. That’s my listing. Thanks for the promotion. Who doesn’t love a good cuppa 4B? Amiright?
On a serious note, if anyone is interested in taking a look at the unit, I or my colleague Mila Gelman are always available. Thanks for your support.
muahahahaaaa the indomitable Pat Patricelli, that’s what they call her down at the ironworks
I lol’d – who can take that shit seriously?
Well…I kind of admire Realtor Pat for owning it.
I hope you get pooped on.
I am assuming you are using the term ‘cuppa’ as a reference to the dystopian Margaret Atwood trilogy where corporations isolate themselves away from the lower class citizens (or scum of the earth, depends on how you look at it, I suppose). Oh and hilarity ensues!
Realtors = Satan
Wow, that was fast!
Fine with me. Four Barrel deserves it.
Ahh the joy of not living in SF anymore and looking at this — the rest of the country is licking their chops waiting for the Schadenfreude.
SF continuously cycles up and down – so you’ll eventually get your brief schadenfreude moment. Unfortunately for you, you’ll still be the same loser.
The person that ends up buying the condo, will have had no issue with walkto4barrell.com yuckiness.
Of course they will never admit to themselves or others, that on a subconscious level it helped them perceive the inflated value of the condo as worth it.
This is really what we are all up against.
What we are really up against is Supply and Demand.
Yup, well said. These sort of campaigns are aimed at the sort of intellectually and morally bankrupt social parasite that just don’t have the psychological capability for self-criticism or shame.
Amen. Shame on Satan’s spawn for buying homes in neighborhoods they like.
Nope, but thanks for asking!
What if I want to grind my own Rainbow Grocery-bought beans ($12.50/lb), drip into my own cup and enjoy a quick, delicious brew, actually performed by MYSELF (with my own initiative, by hand with my own sweat on the brow)? Do I get a discount on the purchase price?
In a similar vein: http://www.walktophilz.com/
Gotta hand it to the agent, it’s getting visibility
What can I say… you got me.
The pressing question is are you a 4B or a Philz sort of homeowner?
Trick question! We have spacious new ownership opportunities for both. Come talk to us today.
But the real question is, will you drink MY drip coffee and “will you still love me tomorrow?”
Wow. 1.5m and for a single family home at a condo price… if that’s a condo price, maybe it’s time for me to cash in and go live in my in-law’s basement…
Went to Philz Mission location last Sunday at 9:30am and the line was out the door. On a Sunday! ?
And of course it was a fucking laptop/smartphone farm, instead of people actually engaging.
Congratulations you have all now officially ruined Philz original location, even though the other 15 locations were specifically opened to take your disposable income.
So what? Philz coffee is bitter and nasty. People waiting 5 minutes to pay $5 for the privilege of drinking swill are suckers.
Only $1.1M for a one bedroom. Good starter pad (not)!!!!!
The blog so nice they named it twice. (And to be clear, it's mostly about the Mission.)