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They’re Back!

They’re Back!

As we expected, at least 7 of the listings in the 776 Tehama/1277 Howard development are back on the MLS with…wait for it…new pictures, new MLS numbers, and new prices. So while it might appear like the units have only been on the market for a week, they’ve actually... Read More »

Ex-Wozland For Sale

Ex-Wozland For Sale

The one-time Los Gatos home of Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, has been on the market for at least six months. And despite the fact that the 7,200 sqft house at 300 Santa Rosa Drive was “listed” at $7,950,000 last December, NBC11 is reporting that the owner (a developer and... Read More »

The Secret Agent And Website Of 569 Waller

The Secret Agent And Website Of 569 Waller

The sellers of 569 Waller swear by their agent, “Kathleen Gilheany is our agent – our secret agent. The best kept secret in San Francisco Real Estate. Period.” And after reading a couple of Kathleen’s comments on the MLS listing for their property, “The agent has had a facelift,... Read More »

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

THE LANSING has opened the doors to its 82 units at 50 Lansing Street (off First) and is stressing “IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.” Developed by Lambert Development (of The Brannan fame), and touting a whole host of other contributors (including SB Architects, BaMo design, and lighting consultants Auerbach Glasow), the building... Read More »

Panoramic View (Of Wall)

Panoramic View (Of Wall)

At $398,000, 523 Ellington Avenue is currently the least expensive single person family house listed in San Francisco. And while we tend to appreciate small, they really weren’t kidding about the “small deck” (i.e., walkway). ∙ Listing: 523 Ellington Avenue (1/1) – $398,000 Read More »

Noe Valley Bunny House For Sale

Noe Valley Bunny House For Sale

That’s right, the infamous (at least to some) Noe Valley Bunny House is for sale (although not yet listed on the MLS). Having often admired the bunny trim from the outside, we’re looking forward to getting our first peek inside this weekend (June 4). [Editor’s note: this is most... Read More »

We’ve Added “Fantastic” To The List

We’ve Added “Fantastic” To The List

Not “Dramatic”, “Drastic”, “Big”, “Major”, or “Huge”; but rather a “FANTASTIC PRICE REDUCTION!” for 65 Saint Germain (reduced by $625,000 (11.1%) and now listed at an even $5,000,000). Update: A day after we noted the “FANTASTIC” $625,000 reduction, Hill & Co. dropped the price by another $500,000 (now listed... Read More »

Victorian By Definition

Victorian By Definition

A reader almost reaches the end of his rope while pursuing the listing for 39 Chattanooga (“a historic Victorian fixer”) and writes, “Whatever is Victorian about this…BOX…escapes me !!” We feel your pain. As it turns out, however, the house was built in 1900 (according to Zillow) and anything... Read More »

Inside The Average Luxury Home

Inside The Average Luxury Home

If the price of an average luxury home in San Francisco is now $2,920,000, then 2931 Pierce (listed for $2,950,000) just happens to be the most average luxury home currently on the market. (We’re leaving that open for interpretation.) And interestingly enough, the “Seller is extremely motivated!” ∙ Listing:... Read More »

Glen Park Market Place: Range Of Prices And BMR Deadline

Glen Park Market Place: Range Of Prices And BMR Deadline

The doors are open at the Glen Park Market Place and of the 15 residential units 13 are market rate (ranging from $759,000 to $869,000) and 2 are BMR ($271,040 and $272,371). All units are 2 bedroom/2 bath and applications for the BMR units are due by next Wednesday... Read More »