Sunday, September 27, 2015

Former Bayview Foreclosure Gets Remodel

Less than five months ago, this three-bedroom townhouse on Garnett Terrace in the Bayview was sold at a foreclosure auction for $401,300. A quick but effective remodel has left it with new floors, lighting fixtures, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. The house now feels fresh and modern inside, and  has reappeared on the market for just $595,000, or a very low $373 per square foot. The house is on a quiet cul-de-sac that isn't super-accessible to public transportation, but it is right next to a park and has partial bay views from the backyard.

The townhouse community that the home sits in was built by the San Francisco Housing Development Corporation to revitalize this corner of the Bayview and provide attainable housing options to community members. Now, however, its interiors and staging look to be trying to attract a somewhat different audience. The kitchen has quartz countertops and subway tile floors, stainless steel appliances have been installed, and fancy light fixtures have been hung. The large master bedroom has its own little suite, and the two smaller bedrooms have leafy views. There's also a big one-car garage.

Story Courtesy of Tracy Elsen

 San Francisco Housing Indicators

Yulonda Evans 
Real Estate Agent   

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