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A $10M Two-Bedroom And Nearly $3K Per Square Foot

A $10M Two-Bedroom And Nearly $3K Per Square Foot

A bastion of San Francisco’s power Democrats, and a fixture of Pacific Heights, the twelve-story “Alta Plaza Apartments” building at 2500 Steiner opened in 1927, with twelve full-floor co-op units overlooking the San Francisco Bay and adjacent Alta Plaza Park. And just below the Hambrechts’ pad on the sixth... Read More »

Take Two, Or Three, For $4M Trendyloin Penthouse

Take Two, Or Three, For $4M Trendyloin Penthouse

While the game changing conversion of a Polk Street SRO from low-income housing to “San Francisco’s newest boutique hotel” continues on and is expected to re-open this summer, the $4 million Trendyloin penthouse atop The Hamilton has fallen out of contract and is once again active and available. Purchased... Read More »

Condo Lottery Bypass In Action

Condo Lottery Bypass In Action

A plugged-in reader spent the night outside the Department of Building Inspection in order to be the very first person in line to apply for San Francisco’s Condo Lottery Bypass program when it went into effect back in 2013. Having paid his fee, skipped the lottery, and since converted... Read More »

Meticulously Kept In Monterey Heights

Meticulously Kept In Monterey Heights

Designed by architect Henry Gutterson and meticulously kept, the 6,800-square-foot English Tudor at 126 Miraloma Drive has been owned by two families since 1928.  And with a list price of $4.25 million, the current custodians of the eight-bedroom home are looking for the third. A grand staircase connects the... Read More »

Looking To Live On A Barge, Own A Harbor On The Bay?

Looking To Live On A Barge, Own A Harbor On The Bay?

BayHaven Harbor is a collection of 6 floating home slips, an on-land cottage, and a rustic two-unit residential barge. And the assemblage, which is also known as 60 Varda Landing, is now on the market for $3.8 million, with a listing touting “a rare opportunity to own an historic... Read More »

Peek Inside A Five Million Dollar One-Bedroom

Peek Inside A Five Million Dollar One-Bedroom

Originally a three-bedroom, the fourth floor of the Russian Hill building at 2222 Hyde Street has been remodeled by interior designer, John Wheatman, to effectively serve as a rather enviable one-bedroom unit, with postcard worthy views of the city and bay from the dining room, living room and library.... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Purchased by a young tech couple for a record setting $7 million nine months ago, after which the couple quietly acquired the adjacent parcel to the west upon which they were planning to build an underground addition and private urban playground, the 6,000-square-foot home at 625 Duncan Street returned to the market... Read More »

From $600K Under Asking In 2011 To $1.2M More Today?

From $600K Under Asking In 2011 To $1.2M More Today?

Newly built and listed for $2,590,000 in late 2010, the 3,500-square-foot “state-of-the-art” home at 1636 Diamond finally sold for $1,980,000 in August of 2011.  And today, the house is back on the market and listed for $3,150,000, a sale at which would represent total appreciation of 59 percent since... Read More »

A Flip With Flair

A Flip With Flair

Purchased as a 1,037-square-foot Bernal Heights home for $869,000 six months ago, a remodeled 114 Banks has just returned to the market listed for $1,595,000, with 1,890 square feet of space, including an all-new master suite on the ground floor, and touting an “amazing ground up renovation” that was “intelligently... Read More »

An Inspired Italianate Dwell-ing

An Inspired Italianate Dwell-ing

The facade has been rebuilt, the garage recently added, and the kitchen has been featured in Dwell.  And while the rest of the 1880s-era Italianate at 50 Buena Vista Terrace has been remodeled and “modernized” as well, it hasn’t been stripped of its original character and class. Even the... Read More »

Former Raiders Head Coach Ditching East Bay Home

Former Raiders Head Coach Ditching East Bay Home

Fired four games into the 2014 season with a cumulative 8-28 record and 0-4 season start, former Oakland Raiders Head Coach Dennis Allen is returning to the New Orleans Saints as a defensive assistant and ditching his 5,336-square-foot East Bay pad in Alamo. Listed for $3,499,000, the five-bedroom home... Read More »

Think You Know Noe? Now’s The Time To Tell

Think You Know Noe? Now’s The Time To Tell

The Noe Valley home at 56 Clipper hit the market two weeks ago listed for $859,000. And in the words of a plugged-in reader: “No doubt more of the same tired strategy of ‘list low, generate a lot of traffic and bids, break the hearts of many who thought... Read More »

Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Listed for $32 million in 2010, the 16,400-square-foot Gold Coast home at 2701 Broadway ended up selling to celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) for $27 million in early 2012. Designed by James Miller and built for a lumber... Read More »

Modern Architecture On Albion Priced At $1,350 Per Square Foot

Modern Architecture On Albion Priced At $1,350 Per Square Foot

Three new condos designed by Owen Kennerly have risen on Albion Street, in the heart of the Mission between 16th and 17th. And 145 Albion, the 2,185-square-foot “townhome” unit, has just been listed for $2,950,000 or roughly $1,350 per square foot. Features and finishes of the three-bedroom include DuChateau... Read More »

Inside A Late Architect’s Distinctive Telegraph Hill Home

Inside A Late Architect’s Distinctive Telegraph Hill Home

Designed by Herbert Kosovitz in 1971 and the late architect’s residence until last year, behind the unassuming façade at 340 Chestnut is a distinctive interior, finished from the floor to 18-foot ceiling in all-natural wood. A wall of north facing windows frame the bay and skylights illuminate the upper... Read More »