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Another Million Dollar Reduction for a Renovated Landmark Mansion

Another Million Dollar Reduction for a Renovated Landmark Mansion

On the market for $10.25 million in late 2013, the asking price for the landmark, but newly renovated, Pacific Heights Mansion at 1735 Franklin Street was reduced to $9.7 million in 2014 and then to $8.995 million last year. Known to some as the “Brandenstein” or “Bransten” house, the... Read More »

Unfinished Pac Heights Flip Fetches $4.7M

Unfinished Pac Heights Flip Fetches $4.7M

Purchased for $4.1 million in December of 2014 and relisted for $6.5 million the following September along with plans to transform the legal 3-unit building into a contemporary 7,000-square-foot home, “designed to be used as a single family residence,” the sale of 2620 Buchanan Street has closed escrow with... Read More »

Three Months Later and Seeking a Million More

Three Months Later and Seeking a Million More

Listed for $6.995 million last year, the sale of the five-bedroom Pacific Heights home at 2470 Broadway closed escrow with a contract price of $6.5 million three months ago. And today, the home suddenly returned to the market with a $7.488 million price tag. Originally designed by Samuel and... Read More »

Another Big Reduction for an Unfinished Pac Heights Flip

Another Big Reduction for an Unfinished Pac Heights Flip

As we first reported last year when we noticed An Uptick in Listings, and Reductions, for Unfinished Flips in San Francisco, the asking price for the Pacific Heights building at 2620 Buchanan Street, which was purchased for $4.1 million in 2014 and relisted for $6.5 million last September, with... Read More »

Multi-Million Dollar Price Cut For Luxury Faraday Cage With Views

Multi-Million Dollar Price Cut For Luxury Faraday Cage With Views

Listed for $8.6 million in May and reduced to $7.6 million in early October, the asking price for the full-floor Pacific Heights cooperative apartment which was taken down to the studs and turned into a luxury Faraday cage with views has just been reduced by another $1.9 million (25... Read More »

Behind the $28.5M Fixer under Wraps on Billionaires Row

Behind the $28.5M Fixer under Wraps on Billionaires Row

Billionaire developer Jay Paul bought the 12,000-square-foot fixer mansion at 2901 Broadway for $28.25 million in December 2012. The former Decorator Showcase property had been on the market for six years and was originally priced at $55 million. Under wraps ever since, the interior of the mansion has been... Read More »

Buyer?  Buyer?  Buyer?

Buyer? Buyer? Buyer?

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern ‘Larsen House’ at 2610 Scott Street traded hands for the first time thirteen months ago, listed for $9.75 million and fetching $11.75 million or roughly $2,525 per square foot. Six months later, the “exquisite and rare”... Read More »

Over Asking but Under 2014 for a Classic Pacific Heights Home

Over Asking but Under 2014 for a Classic Pacific Heights Home

Designed by renowned architect William Wilson Wurster and lovingly maintained, the Pacific Heights property at 1641 Green Street was listed for $3.5 million last year and sold for $4.2 million sixteen months ago. This past September, the 2,442-square-foot home – which features big windows and two patios overlooking an... Read More »

On The Market For $28 Million, And Not On Broadway

On The Market For $28 Million, And Not On Broadway

While it hasn’t officially been listed, the recently modernized Pacific Heights mansion at 2250 Vallejo Street has quietly hit the market priced at $28 million, making it the most expensive house for sale in San Francisco at the moment, according to a plugged-in tipster. Originally designed by the late local... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut For Luxury Faraday Cage With Views

Million Dollar Price Cut For Luxury Faraday Cage With Views

As we first reported earlier this year, the fourth floor of 2170 Jackson Street was taken down to the studs; every external wall, sub-floor and ceiling surface was painted with a thick semi-conducting paint; the floors were connected with wire tape to the walls; the walls were connected with... Read More »