Two 1950s single-family homes are currently duking it out in Upper Noe.
In one corner is 260 Day:
This has been on the market since early March. Its current list price is $1,045,750, down from $1.1M. This 3BR/1.25BA house has two-car parking, room to expand on the garage level, and sits opposite the Day Street Rec Center.
Just around the corner lies the new contender at 228 30th Street:
This 3BR home is missing the .25 bath, but also has three bedrooms and two-car parking. The kitchen has been remodeled—though it appears to be a bit awkward—and it’s slightly larger on the main level than Day Street. However, the location right on 30th Street between Chenery and Dolores means Muni will be a big factor, both rail lines and buses. That block is busy.