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post #1156 of 1906
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post
Looks like you went with Potrero Hill. Nicely done.

Update:

walked in an hour before the truck was supposed to arrive and hated it. Sent my stuff into storage and am now in a corporate flat in PH.

Sanfranfrisco ... you never fail to disappoint.

lefty
post #1157 of 1906
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
Update:

walked in an hour before the truck was supposed to arrive and hated it. Sent my stuff into storage and am now in a corporate flat in PH.

Sanfranfrisco ... you never fail to disappoint.

lefty

What happened?
post #1158 of 1906
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Update: walked in an hour before the truck was supposed to arrive and hated it. Sent my stuff into storage and am now in a corporate flat in PH. Sanfranfrisco ... you never fail to disappoint. lefty
What the hell happened? Are we to assume the wife was nonplussed with this development?
post #1159 of 1906
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
Update:

walked in an hour before the truck was supposed to arrive and hated it. Sent my stuff into storage and am now in a corporate flat in PH.

Sanfranfrisco ... you never fail to disappoint.

lefty


that's convenient.

i give this post a

sorry for your troubles though.
post #1160 of 1906
Wow, everything OK? What didn't you like at all? Did the prior residents leave you a "gift?"
post #1161 of 1906
Place was smoke and mirrors - that's what I get for trying to find an apt over the web. Fortunately, I didn't sign a lease or officially take possession.

Wife's cool and much happier with the lifestyle in Pacific Heights. Now looking there and RH for the top floor of a grand and boozy old painted whore of a SF apt. They seem abundant.

lefty
post #1162 of 1906
i would live on russian hill in a heartbeat. there are some nice 30s apartments there that don't look like wedding cakes. best views of the city imo.
post #1163 of 1906
If you send me a check, a big check, I can grease the wheels and get you accepted to live in Russian Hill. Finding a place is up to you, though.
post #1164 of 1906
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post #1165 of 1906
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
If you send me a check, a big check, I can grease the wheels and get you accepted to live in Russian Hill. Finding a place is up to you, though.
I figure I can only use your name once. Should I waste it on an apartment or save it for a get-out-of-jail card after I beat a waiter to death? lefty
post #1166 of 1906
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Update: walked in an hour before the truck was supposed to arrive and hated it. Sent my stuff into storage and am now in a corporate flat in PH. Sanfranfrisco ... you never fail to disappoint. lefty
Damn, sorry to hear that. Sounds like your about ready to pop a blood vessel and I can't say I blame you. You should be able to find something very nice in RH or PH though. Don't hack any of the locals to death, leave that to matt. Your married to SF proper? If no, I would again recommend looking at the east bay. I was surfing real estate porn the other day, this place should please even the most discerning of pallets. http://www.redfin.com/CA/Berkeley/89...07/home/621756 Should be nothing for a ballin' ass baller like yourself.
post #1167 of 1906
It's been a hell of a week. After I refused to take the apt we had to stay at the Palace for the night and send our stuff into storage for a few months which will probably cost me 4-5K. I also have a strong suspicion that my one of my movers stole some comic books. It's been a hell of a week.

That house you linked to is my kind of place without a doubt, but I'm looking for and easy in and out of this town. Almost bought a pied a terre in the West Village just to keep a tie to NYC.

lefty
post #1168 of 1906
This place looks nice: http://zephyrsf.com/pacific-heights/2901-broadway-st

Always wanted an Italian Renaissance hilltop mansion.

lefty
post #1169 of 1906
were i going to spend that much money in sf, i would buy several lots in a more modest area and create a tolerable neighborhood on them.
post #1170 of 1906
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This place looks nice: http://zephyrsf.com/pacific-heights/2901-broadway-st Always wanted an Italian Renaissance hilltop mansion. lefty
Seems like an appropriate pad for a ballin' ass baller such as yourself.
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