SF Ski Slope History Not Boosting Fillmore Vic Sale

It was five years ago that Fillmore Street between Vallejo and Green was transformed into a ski jump competition for thousands of spectators. That unique, historical event apparently isn’t adding any appeal to the 4BR/3.5BA Victorian for sale at 2846 Fillmore, located on that very block.

The home hit the market in mid May for $3,475,000 and was generally received well in the agent community. However, no buyers stepped forward and the price was just reduced at the end of last week. It now has a $3,249,000 list price.

This could be less about the “product”—though the house is located on a very steep slope and is a little busy, and it’s not “done, done, done,” as some agents like to say—than a statement on the $2M+ market. Fillmore has some competition among the dozen other single-family homes listed between $2M-$4M in the Pac Heights, Cow Hollow, and other neighboring areas.

4 responses to “SF Ski Slope History Not Boosting Fillmore Vic Sale”

  1. Andy says:

    I’ve not been inside this home, but I am surprised that it is sitting this long. That block of Fillmore isn’t that bad considering you have dedicated parking. It would be nice to have a redfin link like on some of your other posts.

  2. Andy says:


  3. […] by insidesfre on September 9, 2010 When I last blogged about 2846 Fillmore in June, the home had been sitting on the market for about a month. Its original list price of […]

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