The elaborate six-bedroom Queen Anne mansion at 1450 Masonic Avenue in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood has had a rather rough year and a half. When it first went on the market in February 2014, we noted its grand ornamentation, numerous roof decks, and big $5.995 million price tag. The mansion underwent a series of price cuts before selling for $5.375 million. Now, just over a year later, it's back on the market with an even lower ask of $4.5 million. Why the big price cut? The mansion is currently right in the middle of renovations. Potential buyers are even required to sign a waiver of liability just to tour the under-construction property.