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Twice The Price After Two Years In Pac Heights (Again)

Twice The Price After Two Years In Pac Heights (Again)

Foreclosed upon in 2009 with nearly $3 million owed at the time, the Pacific Heights home at 2523 Steiner returned to the market listed for $1,450,000 in March of 2011, was repainted three times in quick succession, and then sold for $1,260,000 that May. A little over two years... Read More »

Remodel Of Recently Restored $23.5M Mansion Underway

Remodel Of Recently Restored $23.5M Mansion Underway

Built for the Spreckels family in 1905 and remodeled by renowned architect Albert Farr in 1929, the 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights mansion at 2520 Pacific Avenue was purchased from the son of former San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto (Joseph Alioto, Jr.) for $6.3 million in 1997. The buyers spent the... Read More »

Getty Mansion Sells For $12.5M, One Million More Than In 2002

Getty Mansion Sells For $12.5M, One Million More Than In 2002

The Pacific Heights mansion at 2900 Vallejo Street which William and Vanessa Getty purchased for $11.5 million in 2002, listed for $16 million a little over a year ago and reduced to $14.5 million in November, has just closed escrow with a reported contract price of $12.5 million. Designed... Read More »

$3.7M For Three Parking Spaces (And A One-Bedroom) In Pac Heights

$3.7M For Three Parking Spaces (And A One-Bedroom) In Pac Heights

The one-bedroom carriage house at 2974 Pacific Avenue in Pacific Heights has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $3.7 million.  And no, it’s not likely to be torn down. As we wrote last week: Built to serve as the carriage house for the Newhall Mansion which is now hidden... Read More »

Pac Heights Carriage House In Contract At $4K Per Square Foot

Pac Heights Carriage House In Contract At $4K Per Square Foot

Built to serve as the carriage house for the Newhall Mansion which is now hidden behind the house and owned by the co-founders of Zynga (Mark Pincus) and One Kings Lane (Alison Pincus), 2974 Pacific Avenue was designed by Julia Morgan and constructed in 1917 with a one-bedroom apartment... Read More »

Former Pacific Heights Bachelor Pad Fetches $11.5M

Former Pacific Heights Bachelor Pad Fetches $11.5M

Listed a “beautiful blank canvas to create dramatic adult house” for $15 million in April, and then reduced to $12.5 million after a few weeks without a bite, the sale of the three-level Pacific Heights pad at 2010 Jackson Street, which was designed by Ted Moulton and originally built for... Read More »

Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

The sale of the Billionaires Row mansion at 2701 Broadway has just closed escrow with a contract price of $31 million, a whopping $8 million under asking but still $4 million more than celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) paid... Read More »

Looking For An $8.6M Luxury Faraday Cage With Views?

Looking For An $8.6M Luxury Faraday Cage With Views?

Purchased for $2.7 million in 2007, 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 wire... Read More »

Friends Fighting To Preserve A Pacific Heights Service Station

Friends Fighting To Preserve A Pacific Heights Service Station

‘Friends of the Fillmore Neighborhood’ have been organizing opposition to the proposed renovation of the Pacific Heights Shell station on the southwest corner of California and Steiner, plans which include a reconfigured fueling canopy and an all-new “Loop” convenience store without a garage. From the Friends’ flyers which have... Read More »

Esherick Designed Larsen House Suddenly Back On The Market

Esherick Designed Larsen House Suddenly Back On The Market

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 six months ago, having been listed for $9.75 million and fetching $11.75 million or roughly $2,525 per square foot. And yesterday, the “exquisite and... Read More »

$2.5M Price Cut For Former Pac Heights Bachelor Pad

$2.5M Price Cut For Former Pac Heights Bachelor Pad

The asking price for the three-level Pacific Heights home at 2010 Jackson Street, which was originally built as a bachelor pad for a retired advertising executive and hit the market two weeks ago listed as a “beautiful blank canvas to create dramatic adult house” for $15 million, has been... Read More »

Built As A Bachelor Pad And On The Market For $15M

Built As A Bachelor Pad And On The Market For $15M

Designed by Ted Moulton and built in 1961 for retired advertising executive and bachelor about town, George Kleiser Junior, the three-level Pacific Heights home at 2010 Jackson Street has just hit the market listed as a “beautiful blank canvas to create dramatic adult house.” And it’s a canvas... Read More »

Zynga Founder Delists Mansion, Plans To Gut And Expand

Zynga Founder Delists Mansion, Plans To Gut And Expand

The listing for the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue, which Mark and Alison Pincus, the respective co-founders of Zynga and One Kings Lane, purchased for $16 million in 2012 and re-listed for $18 million six months ago, has been withdrawn from the MLS and scrubbed from... Read More »

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

The 10th floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street has traded hands in a hush-hush deal and at a price point never before seen in San Francisco. While the seller had been privately seeking as much as $35 million for the 5,400-square-foot, full-floor unit #10, according... Read More »

A $10M Two-Bedroom And Nearly $3K Per Square Foot

A $10M Two-Bedroom And Nearly $3K Per Square Foot

A bastion of San Francisco’s power Democrats, and a fixture of Pacific Heights, the twelve-story “Alta Plaza Apartments” building at 2500 Steiner opened in 1927, with twelve full-floor co-op units overlooking the San Francisco Bay and adjacent Alta Plaza Park. And just below the Hambrechts’ pad on the sixth... Read More »