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.