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Contemporary Glen Park Home Catches the Neighborhood Wave

Contemporary Glen Park Home Catches the Neighborhood Wave

Remodeled and rebuilt in 2015, the now 3,190-square-foot home at 300 Sussex Street, which sits on an over-sized Glen Park lot with views, hit the market listed for $3.725 million in April of 2016 and sold for $3.365 million ($1,055 per square foot) that September. And having returned to... Read More »

Modernized Inner Mission Home Fetches its Early 2015 Price

Modernized Inner Mission Home Fetches its Early 2015 Price

As we wrote early last month prior to knowing the outcome: “Having been taken “down to the studs and masterfully redesigned,” with four (or five) bedrooms, three full bathrooms, an open chef’s kitchen and great room, and a penthouse media room with a wet bar and wrap around roof... Read More »

Stunning Home, Views and $7.7 Million Price Tag Coming Soon

Stunning Home, Views and $7.7 Million Price Tag Coming Soon

Having survived a challenge by neighbors on the northern edge of Glen Park, the old 875-square-foot cottage at 1783 Noe Street – which was purchased for $1.7 million in 2014 having sat on a prime 4,000-square-foot lot with panoramic views – was razed and the construction of a contemporary... Read More »

Noe Valley View Home Fetches 2016 Price

Noe Valley View Home Fetches 2016 Price

Having hit the market listed as “the ultimate in luxury & comfort,” and “masterfully crafted for today’s sophisticated taste” with an elevator from its three-car garage to its top floor, the new five-bedroom Noe Valley home at 538 28th Street sold for $4.985 million or roughly $1,041 per square... Read More »

Glen Park View Manor Fetches a Record $9.7M

Glen Park View Manor Fetches a Record $9.7M

Dubbed “Laidley Manor,” the 5,300-square-foot Glen Park home which sits upon a double-lot at 143 Laidley Street hit the market priced at $10 million three months ago having taken four years to re-develop, with “three sprawling levels,” panoramic views, and five bedrooms hidden behind a deceptive cedar facade fronting... Read More »

Take Two for a Modernized Inner Mission Home with a 2015 Price Tag

Take Two for a Modernized Inner Mission Home with a 2015 Price Tag

Having been taken “down to the studs and masterfully redesigned,” with four (or five) bedrooms, three full bathrooms, an open chef’s kitchen and great room, and a penthouse media room with a wet bar and wrap around roof deck, the modernized single-family home at 864 Florida Street, “in the... Read More »

High-End Mission District Home Drops 16 Percent

High-End Mission District Home Drops 16 Percent

Rebuilt, remodeled and expanded to 3,500 square feet, the modernized single-family home at 948 Hampshire Street in the Inner Mission traded hands for $3.8 million in December of 2015. The home’s kitchen is outfitted with a marble waterfall island, lacquer cabinetry, high-end appliances and an operable wall of glass... Read More »

Noe Valley View Home Fails to Fetch 2015-Era Price

Noe Valley View Home Fails to Fetch 2015-Era Price

Newly built on a wide Noe Valley view lot which was purchased for $1.185 million in May of 2015, the contemporary 3,675-square-foot home at 1644 Diamond Street hit the market this past March priced at $3.895 million or roughly $1,060 per square foot. Reduced to $3.695 million in April,... Read More »

Five Percent per Year for a Contemporary Bernal Heights Home

Five Percent per Year for a Contemporary Bernal Heights Home

Having averaged annual appreciation of roughly 14 percent a year from 2012 to 2015, at which point it traded hands for $2.325 million or roughly $1,091 per square foot, the contemporary Bernal Heights home at 1755 Alabama Street returned to the market listed for $2.495 million last month. In... Read More »

Eight-Figure Folly or Cunning Cow Hollow Flip?

Eight-Figure Folly or Cunning Cow Hollow Flip?

Listed for $12.5 million six months ago, the brand new 6,000-square-foot Cow Hollow mansion at 2528 Union Street ended up selling for $12.0 million on the first of September, the sale of which resulted in a $330,000 transfer tax being paid by the development team (which shares the same last... Read More »