Articles Recently Tagged: Bernal Heights

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City Suing to Shutter Illicit Gambling Den On Mission

City Suing to Shutter Illicit Gambling Den On Mission

Behind the blacked-out windows of the Bernal Heights building on the southeast corner of Mission and Kingston, the “Kingston Shack” has been operating as an illicit gambling hall, filled with electronic slot machines and paying cash prizes. And despite numerous complaints from neighbors, and multiple citations from the police,... Read More »

Scoop: The “Copper House” Is Bernal’s First $3M Home

Scoop: The “Copper House” Is Bernal’s First $3M Home

As we wrote when we first reported the record breaking sale of 152 Elsie last week, “the quiet sale of another Bernal Heights home which was never officially on the market is poised to blow away the $2.3 million record.” And this afternoon, the sale of 171 Ripley was officially added... 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 »

Record Setting Bernal Sale Didn’t Include A Parking Spot

Record Setting Bernal Sale Didn’t Include A Parking Spot

Newly constructed upon a previously vacant Bernal Heights parcel, the contemporary four-level home at 152 Elise Street features an open floor plan on the main level, two bedrooms on the level above, another two bedrooms on the level below, and a media/family room on the lowest level. What the... Read More »

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... 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... 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... 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,... 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... 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... Read More »

306 Mullen Avenue Closes Escrow (And James Loses His Wager)

306 Mullen Avenue Closes Escrow (And James Loses His Wager)

We’re not sure if anybody heeded our advice and accepted james’ wager (“i’d give you 100.00 if anyone offers over 1.5 for it”), but the sale of 306 Mullen Avenue closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of 2.15 (million). That’s $145,000 under asking and an “official” 49... Read More »

Modern Architecture Is Back On The Market Up On Mullen (306)

Modern Architecture Is Back On The Market Up On Mullen (306)

The modern home at 306 Mullen is back on the market (or more accurately the MLS). And while the staging, photos, and official days on the market have changed (and it appears that Nelly is no longer), the list price remains the same ($2,295,000). Read More »

Modern Architecture Hits The Market Up On Mullen (306 Mullen)

Modern Architecture Hits The Market Up On Mullen (306 Mullen)

The approval process to build at 306 Mullen can be measured in years (and tears), but it has finally paid off. And as a tipster notes, it’s now on the market for $2,295,000 with a four car garage (albeit in “tandem”); three stop elevator; two kilowatt solar panel system;... Read More »