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Guess the Price: The Earthquake Edition

by UrbanTurf Staff

In honor of the little rumbling that the DC area experienced this morning, we are bringing back our popular price-guessing game for homes in other metropolitan areas by heading out to the fault-line laden city of San Francisco. (UrbanTurf representatives are currently out in S.F. for both business and pleasure, so featuring a home there is appropriate for that reason as well.)

In this installment, we ask you to give us the price of a five-bedroom home near the Golden Gate Heights neighborhood.

Guess the Price: The Earthquake Edition: Figure 1

The home measures out at almost 3,600 square feet, and was actually moved to its current location from The Presidio in the early part of the 20th century and completely renovated at the beginning of this year. Interesting historical tidbit: a famous naval officer of the mid-19th century once lived in the home. Since San Francisco is one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country, we warn you that any guess below $1.4 million is just silly.

Guess the Price: The Earthquake Edition: Figure 2

Post your guesses in the comments section below. The person with the most accurate guess will win their very own UrbanTurf t-shirt!

Guess the Price: The Earthquake Edition: Figure 3

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17 Comments

  1. Aaron said at 5:09 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    $3.4m
  1. Believable said at 5:24 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    Little rumbling, indeed. Was no different than a big truck driving buy. My guess: $2.3M.
  1. laura said at 6:11 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    I'll go with 2.8M
  1. Spencer said at 6:36 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    $4.3M
  1. Peter said at 7:38 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    CNN was describing what the "dc quake" was like in their downtown office. I live next door and didnt feel a thing. What other weird natural occurrences will visit us this year? hurricane? tornado? sandstorm??? Anywho...doubt it's that much over $1.4m. I'd say $1.7m
  1. Jason said at 7:38 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    I have no idea of home prices: 1.89 M?
  1. C said at 8:17 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    $2.2M
  1. Rob said at 8:51 pm on Friday July 16, 2010:
    $2,880,000
  1. Rob said at 5:53 am on Saturday July 17, 2010:
    2.75M
  1. Russ said at 5:19 pm on Saturday July 17, 2010:
    I'd say it's $3.49M.
  1. Anthony W said at 6:39 pm on Sunday July 18, 2010:
    $3.9M
  1. David said at 2:06 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    $2.0M
  1. Andy said at 3:09 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    I'd say $4.175M
  1. Chris said at 4:18 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    $2.1M
  1. Latham said at 4:47 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    $2.4MM
  1. Citi said at 6:25 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    I didn't feel it..., $3.1 million.
  1. MP said at 6:47 pm on Monday July 19, 2010:
    $1.8 million

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