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Former Sharks Captain Owen Nolan Asks $4.9M For San Jose Home

Former Sharks Captain Owen Nolan Asks $4.9M For San Jose Home

Owen Nolan, the retired NHL all-star and former San Jose Sharks captain, has listed his 9,500 square foot San Jose home in the foothills of Almaden Valley for $4.9 million. Built in 2010 on a little over 3 acres overlooking Silicon Valley, the “Mediterranean-inspired” home at 6971 Hollow Lake Way includes five bedrooms and seven Read More »

Inside The Cathedral Building’s Penthouse And Hidden Lair

Inside The Cathedral Building’s Penthouse And Hidden Lair

As we first wrote about Oakland’s Cathedral Building at 1615 Broadway when it went condo in early 2008: It’s across the bay, but we do love the building. Built in 1913 and designed by Benjamin Geer McDougall, the 14-story Oakland Federal Building is a shining example of the Gothic Revival movement. Renamed the Cathedral Building Read More »

Award Winning Potrero Hill “Flip House” Hits The Market For $3.5M

Award Winning Potrero Hill “Flip House” Hits The Market For $3.5M

The Anne Fougeron designed “Flip House,” an award winning modern renovation of a 1930s Potrero Hill rowhouse on Wisconsin Street, has just hit the market listed for $3,495,000. From Fougeron Architecture with respect to the 2012 project which cost $850,000 and why 664 Wisconsin was dubbed the “Flip House”: The Challenge: To reconnect an erratic Read More »

Before And After: A Designer Remodel And Meld

Before And After: A Designer Remodel And Meld

Purchased as a vacant two-unit building for $1,700,000 in May of 2013, the Cow Hollow property at 3218 Buchanan Street was “completely renovated in 2014″ under the direction of designer Jean-Pierre Berthy and has returned to the market configured as a single-family home for $2,995,000. The kitchen before and after: The new master bath with Porcelanosa tile Read More »

Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse On The Market For $4.5M

Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse On The Market For $4.5M

The 3,221 square foot penthouse atop the Silver Building, which fronts Mint Plaza at 424 Jessie Street, has hit the market listed for $4,500,000. The high-end kitchen is outfitted with Anigre wood cabinets, granite counter tops, and a cast glass eating counter which is mounted to a cast-in-place concrete kitchen island which includes a second sink. Read More »

Tech OG Still Trying To “Sparc” A Home Sale

Tech OG Still Trying To “Sparc” A Home Sale

Purchased as new for $6,687,000 in 2006 and having since moved, Sun Microsystems co-founder and former CEO Scott McNealy has been trying to sell his old 7,280 square foot Portola Valley home at 6 Blue Oaks Court since 2010 when it was listed for $5,200,000. Listed anew for $5,600,000 in 2013, the asking price for Read More »

Weekend At Bernice, Part 2

Weekend At Bernice, Part 2

The industrial building on the southeast corner of Bernice and 12th Street which sits behind the Eagle was legally converted into three “live/work lofts for artists” back in 2002. Listed for $3,595,000 in early 2012, the 6,200 square foot unit in the building known as 9 Bernice sold for $3,050,000 that November. Today, the unit known as Read More »

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 »