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A Serious Price Cut For A Comedian’s Wine Country Estate

A Serious Price Cut For A Comedian’s Wine Country Estate

Listed for $35 million in 2012, Robin Williams has cut the price for his 650-acre “Villa Sorriso” wine country estate in the mountains between the valleys of Napa and Sonoma to $29.9 million. Once again, the 20,000 square foot Limestone villa on the property includes three Kevlar wrapped safe rooms, a rather legitimate wine cellar Read More »

A Quick $500,000 Cut For The Postcard Row Home On The Corner

A Quick $500,000 Cut For The Postcard Row Home On The Corner

Having returned to the market three weeks ago listed for $4,000,000, a dollar more than the price at which it was listed in early 2010, the list price for the corner Postcard Row home at 722 Steiner Street has just been reduced by $500,000 (12 percent). Read More »

A Major Price Cut For Minor’s Massive San Francisco Estate

A Major Price Cut For Minor’s Massive San Francisco Estate

The list price for Halsey Minor’s 18,000 square foot Presidio Heights mansion at 3800 Washington Street has just been cut by $1,994,000 (10%). Now asking $17,995,000 for the mansion, adjacent 2,600 square foot guest house, and the undeveloped lot behind. Having topped the list of the Top 500 Delinquent Taxpayers in California last year, Mr. Read More »

Secluded Stanyan Street (Steps) Home Is Listed Anew

Secluded Stanyan Street (Steps) Home Is Listed Anew

Abutting the Mt. Sutro Open Space Reserve, the only way to reach the Clarendon Heights home at 1335 Stanyan is by way of Clarendon and then down the Stanyan Street Steps. But once you reach the secluded home in the city which was designed by Lun Chan, you’ll find a light-filled open interior with an Read More »

Proposed Presidio Projects Photo Simulated, Ready For Review

Proposed Presidio Projects Photo Simulated, Ready For Review

With the Presidio Trust Board of Directors set to publicly review the three revised proposals for developing the Presidio’s Mid-Crissy Field site tonight, photo simulations to compare the mass and height for each of the projects have been prepared with the existing Sports Basement/Commissary building in place for the sake of comparison. The simulation for Read More »

A True Chef’s Kitchen For $100,000 Less In The New Year

A True Chef’s Kitchen For $100,000 Less In The New Year

Having been on the market for $1,995,000, the list price for celebrity chef Tyler Florence’s Mill Valley cottage with a true chef’s kitchen has just been trimmed by $100,000 to $1,895,000. Read More »

Offer Date For High-End Noe Home Comes And Goes, Reduced

Offer Date For High-End Noe Home Comes And Goes, Reduced

Listed for $3,400,000 on November 10 with “Offers Due” at 1pm on November 21, the high-end Noe Valley home at 1612 Church Street remains on the market and its list price has been reduced by 9 percent to $3,095,000. A new due date hasn’t been listed for the home. Read More »

An Elegant Three-Bedroom Nob Hill Condo For $550 A Square Foot

An Elegant Three-Bedroom Nob Hill Condo For $550 A Square Foot

Listed for $1,449,000 two months ago, the asking price for the three-bedroom Nob Hill condo #106 at 850 Powell Street (a.k.a. The Francesca) has recently been reduced to $1,349,000. With a box beam ceiling in the dining room, a wood burning fireplace in the living room and a remodeled kitchen, the elegant 2,461 square foot Read More »

Price Cuts For The Contemporary Condos On Cornwall Street

Price Cuts For The Contemporary Condos On Cornwall Street

While at least one of the six new condominiums at 300-350 Cornwall Street sold for $1,000 more than its $1,499,000 list price this past August and $1,066 per square foot, the prices for the remaining units have been cut by around 15 percent with prices now starting at $1,249,000 ($919 per square) for 340 Cornwall Read More »

Nine Months Later And One (SOMA) Grand More

Nine Months Later And One (SOMA) Grand More

The 1,146 square foot southeast corner condo on the 18th floor of the 22-story SOMA Grand was first purchased for $1,160,000 in 2008. Nine months ago the condo resold for $1,198,000 and then three months ago the two-bedroom hit the market listed for $1,289,000. Reduced to $1,269,000 last month, the list price for 1160 Mission Read More »

Price For Potrero Hill Compound Cut Another 13% After Twitter IPO

Price For Potrero Hill Compound Cut Another 13% After Twitter IPO

Listed for $5,995,000 this past June, the price tag for the Potrero Hill compound on the corner of Mariposa and Utah was cut to $4,995,000 in September. Last night, the list price for the 6,645 square foot former art school building at 2255 Mariposa Street which was remodeled and converted to legal dwelling units in Read More »

A Quick $1,550,000 Price Cut Modification In Pacific Heights

A Quick $1,550,000 Price Cut Modification In Pacific Heights

After a week on the market for $12,500,000, the list price for 2755 Fillmore wasn’t cut but rather quickly “modified,” now asking $10,950,000 and closer to $2,500 a square foot. ∙ Comments: From Classic To Contemporary And Close To $3,000 A Square Foot Read More »

Pushback In Pacific Heights

Pushback In Pacific Heights

Purchased for $2,325,000 in November of 2007, the single-family Pacific Heights home at 1915 Sacramento Street has since been remodeled, including the addition of a new bath on the lower level which was added without a permit and isn’t included in the official bathroom count of two. Returned to the market two weeks ago listed Read More »

Potrero Hill Compound Takes A Million Off The Top

Potrero Hill Compound Takes A Million Off The Top

If it was the $5,995,000 price tag which was keeping you away from making an offer to buy the Potrero Hill compound on the corner of Mariposa and Utah, perhaps the one million dollar price cut will make you change your mind; now asking $4,995,000 for the 6,645 square foot former art school building which Read More »

A New Yorker’s “Pied-A-Terre” Joins Our Million Dollar Cut Club

A New Yorker’s “Pied-A-Terre” Joins Our Million Dollar Cut Club

A New York based Internet entrepreneur paid $4.7 million for the William Wurster-designed house at 2666 Broadway in 2011, and according to the Wall Street Journal, he then spent “about four times what he was quoted” on a one-year remodel of the home which once belonged to Evelyn and Walter Haas, having “bought the house Read More »