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Boogie Down In Bernal Heights With A Turntable In The Garage

Boogie Down In Bernal Heights With A Turntable In The Garage

One of two newly-constructed Bernal Heights homes which share a four-car garage serviced by a turntable to shuffle the cars, the 2,250 square foot home at 60 Peralta has just hit the market listed for $1,938,000. As originally proposed, two two-unit buildings with a total of 1,495 additional square feet of living space and an 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 »

That Bernal Heights Dwell-ing Fetches $1,197 Per Square Foot

That Bernal Heights Dwell-ing Fetches $1,197 Per Square Foot

The sale of the Bernal Heights Dwell-ing at 330 Banks Street closed escrow today with a reported contract price of $1,500,000 or roughly $1,197 per listed square foot. As we first wrote about the property when it hit the market last month having been purchased out of foreclosure for $450,000 in 2011, completely remodeled, and Read More »

Destined For Dwell(ing) In Bernal Heights

Destined For Dwell(ing) In Bernal Heights

Having sold for $700,000 in 2005 as a one-bedroom with 760 square feet, as plugged-in people were aware, the single-family Bernal Heights home at 330 Banks Street was foreclosed upon in 2010, was listed for $499,900 in early 2011 and re-sold for $450,000 that May. Having been completely remodeled, modernized, and now “fit for Dwell Read More »

Modern On Montezuma

Modern On Montezuma

Purchased for $650,000 as a two-bedroom in 2000, in 2003 the north Bernal Victorian at 16 Montezuma underwent a modern remodeling and expansion designed by Ross Levy. The project, a single family residence located on a steep up-sloping lot in Bernal Heights, is a remodel and addition to the original Victorian house capturing views of Read More »

The Parking Is Of “Primary Concern” On Peralta

The Parking Is Of “Primary Concern” On Peralta

As is now proposed, two single-family homes will rise on the lot spanning 54-60 Peralta. As originally proposed, two two-unit buildings with a total of 1,495 additional square feet of living space (and an extra floor at 60 Peralta) would have risen, but the plans were opposed by both neighbors and the Bernal Heights East Read More »