Depending on your point-of-view, the butt-ugly fixer-upper house at 412 Nevada that just sold for $725K is either a ridiculous symbol of our grotesquely overpriced housing market, or it’s an entry-level bargain for an ambitious home-buyer looking for a way to get a foothold in Bernal Heights. CurbedSF has the details:
The latest very expensive fixer-upper to sell in San Francisco is a seemingly unlivable Edwardian filled with piles of rubble on the south side of Bernal Heights. Its final price of $725,000 may not be as high as some of the fixers in neighborhoods like Noe Valley or the Mission, but given the state of the home it’s certainly enough to make heads turn. Windows are boarded up, the old tile in the bathroom is nearly destroyed, and there are holes in the wooden garage door.
The place was on the market for just a week before going into contract. It currently has two bedrooms, one falling-apart bathroom, a bonus room, and a garage that “possibly” could house a vehicle, according to the listing. Of course, it’s likely that none of that will matter, because there’s no way the new owners are moving in as-is.
PHOTOS: via Google Street View and CurbedSF