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Landmark Victorian and Buildable Lot Fetch $7.0 Million

Landmark Victorian and Buildable Lot Fetch $7.0 Million

Having hit the market priced at $6.95 million last month, the nearly 9,000-square foot Queen Anne Victorian on the northwest corner of Franklin and California, which sits on the southern half of a 10,654-square-foot Pacific Heights parcel, has just sold with a $7.0 million contract price. As we first... Read More »

Landmark Victorian and Lot on the Market for $6.995 Million

Landmark Victorian and Lot on the Market for $6.995 Million

Built for the owner of a gold mine back in 1895, the landmark Queen Anne Victorian on the northwest corner of Franklin and California measures nearly 9,000 square feet and sits on the southern half of a 10,654-square-foot Pacific Heights parcel which has been newly subdivided into two legal... Read More »

$5.4M Mansion Resells for $1.4M Less

$5.4M Mansion Resells for $1.4M Less

Having been painstakingly renovated and restored in 2002, the 6,000-square-foot “Grande Dame” at 1450 Masonic Avenue sold for $4.95 million in 2005 and then again for $5.375 million in July of 2014. Four months later, plans to remodel the home’s kitchen and three of its five and one-half bathrooms... Read More »

SF Mansion Newly Listed for a Million Dollar Loss

SF Mansion Newly Listed for a Million Dollar Loss

Having been painstakingly renovated and restored in 2002, the 6,000-square-foot “Grande Dame” at 1450 Masonic Avenue sold for $4.95 million in 2005 and then again for $5.375 million in July of 2014. Four months later, plans to remodel the home’s kitchen and three of its five and one-half bathrooms... Read More »

Winter Has Come and Gone, Will the Ornate Interior Soon Follow?

Winter Has Come and Gone, Will the Ornate Interior Soon Follow?

One of the iconic “Four Seasons” above Haight Street, the Queen Anne Victorian at 1315 Waller is Winter. Listed for $2.985 million in May and reduced to $2.75 million in July, the sale of the 2,855 square foot home (per its listing) has just closed escrow for $2.625 million.... Read More »

S.F. Mansion Suddenly Returns Listed For A Quick $875K Loss

S.F. Mansion Suddenly Returns Listed For A Quick $875K Loss

Painstakingly restored and renovated in 2002, and already a “comfortable contemporary home” according to its listing last year, the 6,000-square-foot “Grande Dame” Victorian at 1450 Masonic Avenue was purchased for $5.375 million in July of 2014. Four months later, plans to remodel the kitchen and three of its five... 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 »