Capp Compound Seeks Crafty Buyer

Capp Compound Seeks Crafty Buyer

For those yearning for an Arts and Crafts-style compound in the heart of the Mission, 428 Capp will certainly do the trick.

This two-story home with a rear carriage house sits on a 6,125 square foot lot right at Capp and 19th Street. It was last sold for $1,085,000 in October 2006, but is now listed at $1,295,000.

All the architectural trappings are there—stained glass, massive brick fireplace, and lots of woodwork. The property is being sold with plans and permits for a major remodel to both structures, and a variance to turn the carriage house into a second living space.

There’s also four-car tandem parking. I’m thinking this could be a great opportunity for some sweat equity, my friends. The front house is perfectly livable, but the idea of a compound in the sun belt sounds good to me.

2 responses to “Capp Compound Seeks Crafty Buyer”

  1. blog12ms says:

    This seems like a lot of money for the ganglands of the mission.

  2. bayareafran says:

    I stopped into this place last weekend. It is pretty cool. But you’re right, the location is iffy. Not sure I would feel safe at night. Love the carriage house, though. That could be turned into something really cool.

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