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Modern Cow Hollow Home On The Market For $10.5M

Modern Cow Hollow Home On The Market For $10.5M

Gutted and remodeled by Sheinholtz Associates in the 1990’s and then rebuilt in concrete, steel, aluminum and glass by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects in 2006, the modern Cow Hollow home at 2555 Union Street was purchased for $7,950,000 in November of 2012 having been listed for $9,250,000 the year before. Measuring roughly 6,000 square feet across Read More »

$645K Less For The Living Preferences Of Today

$645K Less For The Living Preferences Of Today

Purchased for $3.3 million in 2011 having already been renovated with “xqzt archi” details and a new marble kitchen, the Pacific/Presidio Heights home at 68 Presidio Avenue was expanded and rebuilt to conform to the “aesthetic and living preferences of today” and re-listed for $8,995,000 at the end of May. The new floor plan includes Read More »

“High-Tech Noe Home” Hits The Market For $3.6 Million

“High-Tech Noe Home” Hits The Market For $3.6 Million

Technically a “remodel” of the former two-bedroom home on the parcel, a four-story “High-Tech Noe Home” with four bedrooms, four and one-half baths and five “fabulous view decks” has sprung up at 525 28th Street. Designed by EE Weiss Architects, an elevator runs from the two-car garage to the top floor while a floating wood Read More »

Flipping Out: $600K More After Six Months And A Mini-Makeover?

Flipping Out: $600K More After Six Months And A Mini-Makeover?

Listed for $2,895,000 nine months ago, the Forest Hill home at 279 Castenada Avenue sold for $2,600,000 this past December.  Since “updated with current colors and style featuring refinished hardwood floors in walnut tones, deluxe custom window treatment and nice accents,” the five-bedroom home is back on the market and listed for $3,195,000. No work Read More »

First Flip At Linea Seeks $1,300 Per Square Foot, Quick $200K Gain

First Flip At Linea Seeks $1,300 Per Square Foot, Quick $200K Gain

With the sales office still working to close out the last few units for sale at Linea on Market Street (a.k.a. 8 Buchanan), the buyer of a two-bedroom unit who closed escrow two months ago is looking to flip the condo for almost $200,000 more today. Purchased at the end of April for $1,199,500 or Read More »

The Priciest One-Bedroom On The Market In San Francisco

The Priciest One-Bedroom On The Market In San Francisco

Listed for $1,695,000 in early 2009, it sold for $950,000 that December.  And three years later, the 1,004-square-foot one-bedroom #27B within the San Francisco Four Seasons on Market Street returned to the market listed for $1,490,000 but was withdrawn from the MLS early last year without a reported sale. Today, 765 Market Street #27B is Read More »

Surprisingly Spacious Home Pops Up On A Little San Francisco Lot

Surprisingly Spacious Home Pops Up On A Little San Francisco Lot

Upon the little Eureka Valley lot at 135 Yukon Street, a 1,724 square foot parcel which was purchased for $325,000 in early 2012, a surprisingly spacious four-bedroom home (see the floor plans) has been built. There are a few odd angles but also three and one-half baths across three levels above a garage for three cars. Read More »

Unpretentious Yet Assertive (Inside): A Classic William Wurster Design

Unpretentious Yet Assertive (Inside): A Classic William Wurster Design

In listing agent parlance, this one is not a drive by. Designed by renowned architect William Wilson Wurster, the Pacific Heights home at 1641 Green Street has been by described by historians as a classic Wurster “that demonstrates that unpretentious design can be assertive,” or “as straight a house as you could find anywhere, anytime.” Rather Read More »

Fixed Up, Platinum Certified And Asking $10M More In Cow Hollow

Fixed Up, Platinum Certified And Asking $10M More In Cow Hollow

As we first reported a few months ago, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street was purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010, was completely renovated as “a masterwork in sustainability and design,” and was about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000.  And now it has. In addition to being LEED for Read More »

Three Years Later And Asking $1M More In The Mission

Three Years Later And Asking $1M More In The Mission

Built in 2007 with reclaimed olive oil barrels used for siding, hardwood floors from reclaimed mine timbers, and bathrooms with Zuma tubs and Duravit sinks, the 1,880-square-foot unit # D atop 3280 22nd Street was listed for $1,399,000 that July and sold for $1,450,000. Three years later, the three-bedroom returned to the market listed for Read More »

The Deal Of The Century: Three New Condos Under $270K

The Deal Of The Century: Three New Condos Under $270K

Three of the 22 new condos at 2200 Market Street – the building which rose on the site of the former Leticia’s/Thai House restaurants and has been dubbed “The Century” – are Below Market Rate (BMR) units which are now on the market and priced at $227,198 for the 849-square foot one-bedrooom and $266,987 for the two two-bedrooms which measure 873 Read More »

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Designed by Daniel Solomon and built in 1989 for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (one of the bedrooms was originally his recording studio), the modern home at 610 Rhode Island hit the market in 2007 asking $2,300,000 Read More »

Two Million More (And Less) At 2000 Washington Street

Two Million More (And Less) At 2000 Washington Street

Purchased for $6,110,000 in 2008 having been listed for $6,250,000 at the time, the full-floor Pacific Heights unit #1 at 2000 Washington Street is back on the market and asking $8,200,000 for the 4,438 square foot three-bedroom which was renovated in a “loft-like contemporary design.” Having been listed for $11,500,000 last year, the 5,360 square Read More »

With Easter Egg Hunts And Putt-ering In Mind: A Woodside Estate

With Easter Egg Hunts And Putt-ering In Mind: A Woodside Estate

If you’ve come to the realization that your annual Easter egg hunt is about to outgrow your backyard and you’re looking for a “little” more space or retreat, perhaps you’d be interested in perusing (or putt-ering around) 437 Whiskey Hill Road. Read More »

A Blast From The Past And Back To The Future On Portola Drive

A Blast From The Past And Back To The Future On Portola Drive

Foreclosed upon in 2010 with $1,795,000 in mortgage debt then owed and resold for $1,180,000 in 2011, the Saint Francis Woods border home at 1365 Portola Drive was refaced, renovated and returned to the market in July of 2012 listed for $1,998,000. Having failed to sell, the listing for 1365 Portola was withdrawn in early Read More »