Controversial Plum Street house on the market for $2.8 million
Published - 03/27/19 - 08:05 AM | 3054 views | 0 0 comments | 63 63 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The house at 1676 Plum St.
The house at 1676 Plum St.
A contemporary-style, newly rebuilt mansion in Point Loma, which was a “perpetual remodel” under construction for more than seven years at 1676 Plum St., is on the market with a $2.8 million price tag.

The home was sold to a local dentist following court action against the structure's builder and previous owner, Francisco Mendiola. In December 2015, the court gave Mendiola a Jan. 7 deadline to either complete his unfinished mansion, dispose of the property or go to jail.

A real estate listing notes the Plum Street manse is nestled on a quiet street with unique 120- to 150-degree views of Point Loma, downtown, San Diego Bay and Coronado Island.

The dwelling offers an open living room and kitchen with high-end JennAir Appliances.
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