1072 Noe's facadeWhen a big, old Victorian fixer-upper in the heart of Noe Valley listed for $1.898 million back in June, we had a feeling that it would easily crack the $2 million mark. The house received six offers, all over asking, and was in contract after just eight days. We’ve now gotten word that it has sold for $2.8 million. Yes, that’s nearly $1 million over asking and a gigantic price for a house with a vintage kitchen, an unfinished attic, and a dirt backyard. According to listing agents Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, the buyer is an investor who paid all cash and plans to redevelop the house.

Source: Noe Valley Fixer Sells for $2.8M, Nearly $1M Over Asking – Flip Watch – Curbed SF