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Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M With Big Plans To Renovate

Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M With Big Plans To Renovate

Having paid $16 million for the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue in 2012, Mark and Alison Pincus have just put their distinctive Dutch Colonial mansion on the market for two million more. Designed by Albert Farr and built in 1907, plans to add a bunker below the home were never acted upon, 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 as well. The family room on 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 including the all-new rooftop terrace with 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 updated” kitchen which does appear to 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 Clarence Tantau for City of Paris 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 May. The new floor plan includes 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 would be added atop the existing 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 over asking!” As we also reported Read More »

Primed To Break The “Two Million Dollars Over Asking” Mark

Primed To Break The “Two Million Dollars Over Asking” Mark

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 over asking!” How far over asking? While the sale of 2224 Read More »

Two Million More (And Less) At 2000 Washington Street

Two Million More (And Less) At 2000 Washington Street

Purchased for $6,110,000 in 2008 having been listed for $6,250,000 at the time, the full-floor Pacific Heights unit #1 at 2000 Washington Street is back on the market and asking $8,200,000 for the 4,438 square foot three-bedroom which was renovated in a “loft-like contemporary design.” Having been listed for $11,500,000 last year, the 5,360 square Read More »

A Classic San Francisco Georgian Returns A Little Less Gilded Inside

A Classic San Francisco Georgian Returns A Little Less Gilded Inside

Of the 119 newly listed homes for sale in San Francisco last week, the most expensive is 2090 Vallejo which has just been listed for $10,950,000, roughly seven million less than the $17,800,000 price at which the property had been listed in 2007 without a sale. Designed by Clarence Tantau for City of Paris founder Read More »

The Aliotos’ Towering Mansion Sells For Millions Under Asking, But Fifty-Two Times Their Purchase Price

The Aliotos’ Towering Mansion Sells For Millions Under Asking, But Fifty-Two Times Their Purchase Price

Having hit the market asking $16,500,000 this past March, the list price for the Aliotos’ Pacific Heights home at 2898 Vallejo Street was reduced to $13,900,000 in April. This afternoon, the sale of 2898 Vallejo closed escrow with a reported contract price of $11,750,000, roughly two million “under asking,” closer to five million under original Read More »

From  Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

From Classrooms To Condos In Pacific Heights

The University of the Pacific has sold its Dugoni School of Dentistry building at 2155 Webster Street to housing developer Trumark Urban. Trumark plans to redevelop the Pacific Heights building into 75 residential condominium units averaging 2,000 square feet a piece. According to the Business Times, the Webster Street building will be reskinned with “a Read More »

Pincus Plans To Go Underground In Pacific Heights

Pincus Plans To Go Underground In Pacific Heights

What do you do when your Pacific Heights house is listed as a historic resource but you really want to expand and remodel? If you’re Mark Pincus, apparently you plan to go underground, quite literally (and perhaps a bit figuratively as well). Having purchased the seven bedroom Pacific Heights property that’s perched on the south Read More »

The Massive 2845 Broadway Misses The Mark And Record Books

The Massive 2845 Broadway Misses The Mark And Record Books

As plugged-in people know, the two-parcel site which includes 2940 Pacific and upon which 2845 Broadway was built was purchased for $32 million in 2002, the cost of construction for the 17,500 square foot home and 6,000 square foot guest house has already reached $20 million, and the “buzz among brokers” is that it will Read More »