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Re-imagined Pac Heights Home Fetches Nearly $2K Per Foot

Re-imagined Pac Heights Home Fetches Nearly $2K Per Foot

Built in 1929 and recently “re-imagined to seamlessly blend its classic architectural presence with the amenities and conveniences of a modern and contemporary lifestyle,” a re-imagining that added over 2,000 square feet of living space to the Pacific Heights home, 2040 Jackson Street hit the market two months ago... Read More »

Getty Mansion Price Slashed $1.5 Million

Getty Mansion Price Slashed $1.5 Million

William and Vanessa Getty have just cut the list price for their Pacific Heights mansion at 2900 Vallejo Street by $1.5 million and are now asking $14.5 million for the 8,675 square-foot pad which they purchased for $11.5 million in 2002.  The property has officially been on the market... Read More »

Three Months Later And Flipped For $2.3 Million More

Three Months Later And Flipped For $2.3 Million More

Purchased as a three-unit building for $2.6 million three months ago and quickly remodeled as a “lavish” single-family home with gold fixtures, marble countertops and a La Cornue range in the kitchen; an outdoor living room complete with a television mounted over the new gas fireplace out back; and... Read More »

From $2.6 Million To $4.5 Million In Two Months Time

From $2.6 Million To $4.5 Million In Two Months Time

With new gold fixtures, marble countertops and a La Cornue range in the completely reconfigured and remodeled kitchen, along with a new outdoor living room, complete with a television mounted over a gas fireplace and an “alfresco kitchen” (built-in grill and fridge), the Pacific Heights Victorian at 2111 Broderick... Read More »

A Remodeled Victorian That Doesn’t Belong In Dwell

A Remodeled Victorian That Doesn’t Belong In Dwell

Designed by Samuel Newsom and built in 1889, the big Queen Anne Victorian at 2604 Pacific Avenue has since been renovated and remodeled, but it hasn’t become a modern white box inside. The contemporary kitchen does open to both the family room and dining room , but with... Read More »

Two Million Over Asking For Esherick Designed Pac Heights House

Two Million Over Asking For Esherick Designed Pac Heights House

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern “Larsen House” at 2610 Scott Street hit the market in Pacific Heights last month listed for $9.75 million.  And after 19 days on the market, the sale of the 4,656-square-foot home has closed escrow... Read More »

Plans To Gut Zynga Founder’s Stunning $18M Home

Plans To Gut Zynga Founder’s Stunning $18M Home

As we wrote when we first reported the listing of Mark Pincus’ Pacific Heights pad for $18 million last week, while the Albert Farr-designed Gold Coast home currently remains in its original condition and is rather well-kept, with period woodwork and detailing throughout, plans to renovate the entire home... Read More »

Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M

Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M

Having paid $16 million for the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue in 2012, Mark and Alison Pincus, the respective co-founders of Zynga and One Kings Lane, have just put their distinctive Dutch Colonial mansion on the market for two million more. Designed by Albert Farr... Read More »

Esherick Designed Larsen House On The Market For The First Time

Esherick Designed Larsen House On The Market For The First Time

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern “Larsen House” at 2610 Scott Street has never traded hands nor been significantly tampered with.  A hallmark floating spiral staircase runs between the main and upper levels of the home, levels which are connected by an elevator... Read More »

Re-imagined And On The Market For $15M In Pacific Heights

Re-imagined And On The Market For $15M In Pacific Heights

Originally constructed in 1929, the Spanish Revival residence at 2040 Jackson Street was recently rebuilt and expanded up and out – and over the objections of its neighbors – in Pacific Heights. A blend of classic architecture and contemporary design, the home now measures over 7,000 square feet, not... Read More »

Nine Months Later And New Counters For $700K More?

Nine Months Later And New Counters For $700K More?

Nine months ago, the Pacific Heights four-bedroom home at 2418 Webster Street sold for $3,100,000 with an already remodeled kitchen, marble and tile baths, and 2,570 listed square feet of living space. While no building permits have since been issued and the interior looks the same, save the “recently... Read More »

The Most Expensive Home Sold In SF Last Month And End Of An Era

The Most Expensive Home Sold In SF Last Month And End Of An Era

Having been on and off the market for the past seven years and originally listed for $17,800,000, the Pacific Heights home at 2090 Vallejo Street has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $9,500,000, making it the most expensive home sale in San Francisco last month. Designed by... Read More »

$645K Less For The Living Preferences Of Today

$645K Less For The Living Preferences Of Today

Purchased for $3.3 million in 2011 having already been renovated with “xqzt archi” details and a new marble kitchen, the Pacific/Presidio Heights home at 68 Presidio Avenue was expanded and rebuilt to conform to the “aesthetic and living preferences of today” and re-listed for $8,995,000 at the end of... Read More »

Rendering Reveal: From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

Rendering Reveal: From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

Developer Trumark Urban’s detailed plans and renderings for converting the former University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry building at 2155 Webster Street into a 66-unit condo building will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week. As proposed and slated for approval, two floors... Read More »

Only 81 Percent Over Asking In Pacific Heights

Only 81 Percent Over Asking In Pacific Heights

As we wrote last week, what happens when you list a big Pacific Heights property that’s in good condition, and with even better bones, for $687 a square foot while other homes in the neighborhood have been selling for north of $1,000 a foot? Yes, it sells for “way... Read More »