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From $4.3M To $9.5M In Fifteen Months, Inspiring Indeed

From $4.3M To $9.5M In Fifteen Months, Inspiring Indeed

As we first reported two weeks ago, the Presidio Heights home at 16 Spruce Street which was designed by architect John Bolles in 1946 and purchased for $ 4.3 million in June of 2013 returned to the market as “an inspired re-imagination of a Mid-Century modern residence” with a list price of $9.5 million on Read More »

An $11M Presidio Heights Mansion Without A Garage (For Now)

An $11M Presidio Heights Mansion Without A Garage (For Now)

Built in 1899 and having only traded hands a couple of times, the tax assessed value for the nearly 7,000 square foot home at 3636 Clay Street is currently $294,125.  And as such, the property tax bill totaled $3,744 last year. Having just hit the market listed for $11 million, which doesn’t include a single Read More »

A $700K Cut For A New “Hayes Valley” Home

A $700K Cut For A New “Hayes Valley” Home

On the market for $4,695,000 in May, the newly built home at 39 Lloyd Street was withdrawn from the MLS in July and has just returned, listed anew for $3,995,000. Designed by Studio San, the three-level home includes four legal bedrooms and four full baths, with parking for two cars beneath and a master bedroom Read More »

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights?

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights?

Touting an “unmatched” floor plan that flows from room to room and with a “seamless connection to the outdoors,” 11 Cameo Way is now on the market and listed for $2,495,000 as “the finest home in Diamond Heights.” The three-bedroom home totals 2,820 square feet of finished space, with a new master suite on the Read More »

Prefabulous In Emeryville For $500 Per Square Foot

Prefabulous In Emeryville For $500 Per Square Foot

While the garage and ground floor of the modern Emeryville house at 5507 Beaudry Street were built in place, the rest of the home was prefabricated in five sections down in San Jose and assembled on site in a day back in 2011. Measuring 2,083 square feet, the prototype “Simpatico” house was designed by Swatt Read More »

Remodeled, Repositioned And…Reduced

Remodeled, Repositioned And…Reduced

As we reported late last month: Purchased for $1,412,000 three months ago, the Glen Park home at 1750 Noe Street has undergone a quick renovation, remodeling and re-positioning to “the outskirts of Noe Valley.” According to the permits, the project did not include any structural changes other than the relocation of the bathroom on the Read More »

Mid-Century Gone Modern For $9.5M In Presidio Heights

Mid-Century Gone Modern For $9.5M In Presidio Heights

Purchased for $4.3 million in the middle of 2013 when marketed as “a rare opportunity for the discerning buyer,” the Presidio Heights home at 16 Spruce Street which was originally designed by architect John Bolles in 1946 has just returned to the market as “an inspired re-imagination of a Mid-Century modern residence” for $9.5 million. Read More »

Re-imagined And On The Market For $15M In Pacific Heights

Re-imagined And On The Market For $15M In Pacific Heights

Originally constructed in 1929, the Spanish Revival residence at 2040 Jackson Street was recently rebuilt and expanded up and out – and over the objections of its neighbors – in Pacific Heights. A blend of classic architecture and contemporary design, the home now measures over 7,000 square feet, not including the all-new rooftop terrace with Read More »

Roman (Holiday Weekend) In San Francisco

Roman (Holiday Weekend) In San Francisco

The 5,200 square foot Cow Hollow home at 2672 Filbert Street was taken down to the studs and rebuilt in 2005, envisioned as “a Roman style city home,” according to the architect. The floor plan spans four levels, with an entry foyer which leads to an open living and dining room and then down the hall Read More »

Before And After In Portola With A Foreclosure In-Between

Before And After In Portola With A Foreclosure In-Between

The three-bedroom Portola District home at 401 Cambridge Street sold for $750,000 in August of 2005.  And in May of 2008, the property was foreclosed upon and re-sold for $499,878 in cash on the courthouse steps. Listed for $758,888 two months later as a “stunningly remodeled single family home,” the property re-sold for $691,000 in Read More »

A Three-Month Flip “On The Outskirts Of Noe” For $1.3M More?

A Three-Month Flip “On The Outskirts Of Noe” For $1.3M More?

Purchased for $1,412,000 three months ago, the Glen Park home at 1750 Noe Street has undergone a quick renovation, remodeling and re-positioning to “the outskirts of Noe Valley.” According to the permits, the project did not include any structural changes other than the relocation of the bathroom on the ground floor, but it did include Read More »

Rocking The Rockridge Vibe, Lifestyle, And Value(s)

Rocking The Rockridge Vibe, Lifestyle, And Value(s)

The two-bedroom bungalow at 5668 Broadway is a half-mile stroll from the Rockridge BART station and Market Hall, and not too much farther from Zachary’s (yes, we have our priorities straight). While remodeled, the interior hasn’t been Dwell-ified and much of the original woodwork has been refinished and remains in place.  At the same time, Read More »

En Fuego On Filbert And On The Market For $6.3M

En Fuego On Filbert And On The Market For $6.3M

While not yet listed for sale, the latest project from Nova Designs + Builds, a contemporary four-bedroom Cow Hollow home at 1973 Filbert Street, is about to hit the market for $6,300,000. The main floor and kitchen open to a south-facing garden with one of four outdoor areas and fire pits. The three full bathrooms Read More »

Nine Months Later And New Counters For $700K More?

Nine Months Later And New Counters For $700K More?

Nine months ago, the Pacific Heights four-bedroom home at 2418 Webster Street sold for $3,100,000 with an already remodeled kitchen, marble and tile baths, and 2,570 listed square feet of living space. While no building permits have since been issued and the interior looks the same, save the “recently updated” kitchen which does appear to Read More »

Before And After In Bernal Heights And Back On The Market For $1.3M

Before And After In Bernal Heights And Back On The Market For $1.3M

Listed for “$499,000″ this past September as a 1,500-square-foot Bernal Heights home with a two-car garage, a formal dining room and living room (both with built-ins), and a kitchen which was “ready to be remodeled,” the sale of 239 Justin Drive attracted 19 offers and the property sold for $750,000. Having since been remodeled and Read More »