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In , the year-old Alette had to move up to Washington State to care for a family member, so she put on the market. While her home had changed significantly in the 22 years of her ownership, the neighborhood had been undergoing an even more dramatic transformation. Surfers and families were moving in, and new shops were opening on Judah Street. Asked when the neighborhood started to appeal to a population beyond artists and introverts, Sunset historian LaBounty sums it up tidily: In the early s, when Mougenkoff moved in to Great Highway, year-old Pat Maguire was already getting into fistfights around the corner.
At the time, his neighborhood he grew up on 44th Avenue and Kirkham Street was a wilderness of dive bars, crusty doughnut shops, and teenage gangs. As he got older, Maguire would wander out into the foggy nights to house parties along the Great Highway. But after Maguire quit drinking in the early s, he could find nowhere in the neighborhood to socialize. Girls hit on him, community members mingled, and the coffee tasted great.
After the recession of —, many of the shops that Maguire had frequented as a teenager went out of business.
Before they were old enough to go in, Maguire and his friends had enjoyed throwing firecrackers into the bar and then fleeing into the depths of the nearby Judah Tunnel which has also since closed.
He crossed the street and peered through the boarded-up windows into the darkened bar. He saw shops opening along the surrounding streets. He saw fountains and parks at the N-Judah turnaround. Maguire, who is well versed in the story of his neighborhood, got the impression that the ghosts of Carville were trying to tell him something. One year later, Java Beach opened. But because Maguire was a familiar face, everyone pitched in when he needed help. He knew nothing about carpentry, so a friend rounded up a bunch of locals from a nearby bar who spent a week helping him build the sales counter.
Painters offered their services at no charge, and the landlord gave him a year of free rent. On opening day, Maguire already had a line out the door. They take it home, put it on their coffee table, and realize that the coffee table looks shabby in comparison. So they fix up the table. Across from Java Beach, the Great Highway medians were filled with trashed furniture and shopping carts.
The Animals dealt out street justice to anyone who bothered Maguire and his customers, but drifters from the N-Judah train still haunted the corners. It was ; La Playa Park was 11 years away, the Outerlands brunch hordes 16 years away, the second tech invasion 20 years away. But the turning point had come. Another buyer might have gutted the house or torn it down—but to Sandy and Dave, it was perfect: They added a new roof and a hot tub in the backyard, planted a vegetable garden and a palm tree.
Half of their neighbors, Sandy estimates, were surfers—many of them diehards who braved the fog in the mornings. Sandy was content to sit on the dunes watching pelicans soar over the activity on the beach.
As the dot-com boom kicked in and real estate prices skyrocketed, formerly ignored properties in the Outside Lands became covetable. Local police, who, according to LaBounty, had not regularly patrolled the Great Highway for years, began to crack down on drifters. The installation of traffic lights and bike paths along the highway furthered its transformation from a scene of midnight drag races into a place to walk beside with a dog. Community members formed neighborhood watch groups and began cleaning up the medians across from Java Beach.
Residents even began noticing less fog in the summers, an effect, many surmised, of a warming ocean. In June , after more than a decade of living in the house, Sandy and Dave were ready to cash in and move out of the city.
The real estate market was starting to make them queasy. Asked to describe her first impression of Great Highway, listing agent Nana Meyer nearly spits her mouthful of tea on the floor. Though the house was structurally sound, it was a mess. Any building exposed to salt and fog for a century will present some problems—but under the neglectful tenancy of the middle-aged man who had moved in after the Troxels, had declined into an unprecedented state of decrepitude.
It had soon become clear to neighbors that the man, who could not be reached for comment, was incapable of maintaining the building and should not have been living alone. Though the middle-aged man did not own Great Highway it was held in a trust of which he was a beneficiary and thus had no right to rent it out, a group of squatters convinced him to turn it over to them.
In the fall of , he moved out, and they, and their dogs, moved in. Calling themselves the Great Highway Squatters, they seemed to relish their occupation of For two years, they treated it callously, all but destroying it, while charging rent for extra rooms.
By the time that Meyer arrived to sell the house, only the fleas remained. To her surprise, the listing was a runaway success. The lowest bids were from contractors looking for a flip, but higher offers came from people who looked at the rusty carpet tacks and widespread dry rot and saw not a teardown, but an improvement project. When he noticed the house on the market, Wiley, a real estate agent who has lived in the neighborhood for 26 years, immediately contacted his clients, a family from the East Coast who prefer not to be named.
Within 24 hours, the house was theirs, and their agent could exhale. Two days later, the Curbed story hit the Internet. Michaela Mougenkoff yells to her husband. Marjorie Alette chuckles ruefully: Though the news catches them off guard, it surprises no one. Both Quackenbos and Mougenkoff would have bought the property in an instant if they could have afforded it.
The lofty sale price of also makes sense to watchers of the local real estate market. The block between Lawton and Moraga is in high demand because of both its proximity to shops and transportation on Judah and its large number of original homes.
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On March 26, the local real estate blog Curbed SF caught wind of the home's getaway from their residence on California Street, the Great Highway gained where womanizers prowled and drunks crashed their cars into the dunes. .. Three workers unloaded wooden planks from a truck and placed them. Finally Sal heads out to San Francisco in search of other friends and finds idyllic love Sal works with her in the cotton fields and the vineyards of California. heart of the San Joaquin Valley, the terminally dusty city of Merced, California. drove me up from San Francisco to the jobsite, gave me the keys to a truck, said band and was with a career womanizer, out with a different girl every night .