Big House on Mullen Is New Bernal Sale-Price Champion

347MullenRemember that house at 347 Mullen that hit the market recently? The sale is now complete, and our friends at Curbed SF provide the coda:

In 2008 the property was a vacant lot that sold for $399K. Shoot forward to February 28 and the big abode you see above had landed on the market asking $1,695,000. With that price tag, the 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,000 sq. ft. newly constructed home was the most expensive home for sale in the neighborhood. It sold today for $2,000,000, or$305,000 over asking. 347 Mullen is now the most expensive single-family home sale in Bernal Heights for at least the last three years.

13 thoughts on “Big House on Mullen Is New Bernal Sale-Price Champion

  1. Jeepers! That place is oooooogly, too! I guess money doesn’t translate to taste.

  2. Hello to our new neighbors! Your new place is super cool (three “mini houses” break-up the exterior to the street so you don’t get one big massive home, making things stay quaint). Your kitchen looks like a blast to cook in and entertaining will be so much fun (eh hem, hint hint). The front landscaping is inspiring me to work on ours today. Welcome to Bernal!

  3. The Bernal home price champion is the modern house across the street, on the corner — 306 Mullen, which sold for $2.2 million about 5 years ago.

  4. Hey, that’s fantastic–a terrific reward for the neighbors who had to put up with all the years of construction. May the former owners move on to even bigger and better property-flipping opportunities!

    • All neighbors have to put with years of construction at some point. Or else they end up living next to a tear down šŸ™‚ Now if the people who move in to that place start complaining when one of their neighbors embarks on their own construction project, that will be a different story. But we live closely packed in a big city. There will be construction, or else the city will fall apart.

  5. Bernal continues to be attractive with easy access to SFO (12 minutes), downtown as well as the Peninsula cities with 101/280 out the door. This home has expansive spaces for living as well a areas for the children to disappear. Interesting design, use of space and light on a small lot made this a great value. Not what I’d call a craftman home (use of high end materials) but enough to make it a nice livable home. Bernal has interesting homes, some new and very well constructed others that hip vibe to appeal to the SF market. The neighborhood has a good mix of artists, non conformists, non traditional families, dog lovers and low key silicon valley professionals who love living in the city but don’t want the early morning crawl through the city streets. This home faces east along the Banana Belt, offering less fog and more sunshie. We’ll see many more homes going up or for sale over the sales price as the demand for quality space is high

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