R.I.P. Marty of Madagascar!...This Is Real Photo of $3.4M Atlanta Mansion...Boy, This Stager Has Got ISSUES!!
Check out this fantabulous Beaux-Art mansion in San Francisco's exclusive neighborhood Presidio Terrace. And by exclusive, we mean class-ist, folks. LOL. It's super gated to block us proletariat riff-raff out! They used to be racist there too! Ain't no place for a working class gaysian like me. More pix and info at Huff Post!
Home to California Senator Dianne Feinstein before she decamped for Pacific Heights in 2006, Presidio Terrace is infamous for its long-invalidated race restrictions. "There is only one spot in San Francisco where only Caucasians are permitted to buy or lease real estate or where they may reside," read an early 20th Century advertisement about the neighborhood. "That place is Presidio Terrace."
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Google Desktop's Steve Lawrence & Danis Dayanov of Talkatone/LinkedIn ALL paid a small fortune to buy a house in Silicon Valley, only to demolish it and build a new home! Gadgets or property, them tech nerds will always love shiny new things!
After lingering on the market since 2010, this overly gaudy, er decorated, Bel Air Mansion in California finally slashed its price from $40m to $25M. Some ppl are just slow learners!
Check out American Supermodel and activist Maggie Rizer's simply fabulous home as showcased by Refinery29. A far cry from the hustle & bustle from her NYC modeling days, she now lives in San Francisco East Bay, hoity toity town of Diablo. Average income is well over $200,000/yr. Girlfriend married up!
Uh oh! The listing for 2845 Broadway at $38,500,000 was suddenly ripped from the MLS! Rumor has it the most expensive home in SF ( currently owned by the Sperlings) is actually (and finally!) under contract. 2845 Broadway was purchased for $32Min 2002, remodeling the 17,500 sq ft main home & 6,000 sq ft guest house soared over $20M...and it's not even finished! It will set back a buyer another $8-16 million to complete the build.
Per SocketSite, "Originally listed for $65,000,000 in 2006, if the sale of 2845 Broadway closes within 14 percent of its most recent list price it will be the most expensive home ever sold in San Francisco, relegating 2840 Broadway to the penultimate position at $33,000,000."
Please send me tips if you know any details about the deal or buyers!!