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Reported $18.8 Million Sale Really Wasn’t

Reported $18.8 Million Sale Really Wasn’t

Having been on the market for $19.675 million at the end of 2016, the seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue appeared to have quietly sold for $18.8 million at the end of 2017. But alas, as surmised by another reader, the sale never occurred. In fact, Brugnara Properties... Read More »

The Force Is Strong in Sea Cliff: Luke’s Home Fetches $18.8 Million

The Force Is Strong in Sea Cliff: Luke’s Home Fetches $18.8 Million

Purchased by the infamous Luke Brugnara for $7 million in 2002, the seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue, to which Luke had $11 million worth of art delivered and then refused to pay, has been in and out of foreclosure since 2012 (at which point $7,983,898 was owed... Read More »

Quiet Million Dollar Cut for a Rocker’s Sea Cliff Home

Quiet Million Dollar Cut for a Rocker’s Sea Cliff Home

Having been reduced from $16 million to $14 million in one fell swoop earlier this year, the listing Kirk Hammett’s 4,200-square-foot home at 308 Sea Cliff Avenue was officially withdrawn from the MLS a few months ago without a reported sale. And this afternoon, 308 Sea Cliff Avenue was... Read More »

Plans to Raze an $11 Million Fixer for a Fashionable Mansion to Rise

Plans to Raze an $11 Million Fixer for a Fashionable Mansion to Rise

Purchased as an oceanfront “fixer” for $11 million in April of 2015, plans to demolish the existing 4,600-square-foot home at 178 Sea Cliff Avenue are in the works. And as envisioned, a modern 10,400-square-foot mansion, which includes a 2,000-square-foot basement garage, will rise up to 30 feet in height... Read More »

Modern Mansion Will Rise but Penthouse Could Get Cut

Modern Mansion Will Rise but Penthouse Could Get Cut

San Francisco’s Board of Appeals has upheld the approval of a permit to start demolishing the existing 3,835-square-foot home at 255 Sea Cliff Avenue in order to make way for a modern mansion to rise. But the fate of the mansion’s previously approved design remains in flux. While a... Read More »

Approved Plans for Modern Mansion Rankles its Neighbors

Approved Plans for Modern Mansion Rankles its Neighbors

Purchased as a meticulously maintained Sea Cliff home for $3.15 million in March of 2012, plans to raze the 3,835-square-foot house at 255 Sea Cliff Avenue soon emerged as did plans for a modern 6,100-square-foot home designed by Butler Armsden Architects to rise up to four stories in height... Read More »

Trophy Home Slated for Foreclosure (Again)

Trophy Home Slated for Foreclosure (Again)

As we noted when 224 Sea Cliff Avenue was listed as a “spectacular trophy home with HUGE potential!” for $19.675 million at the end of last year, “while the property appears to remain under the control of Brugnara Properties, numerous liens, notices of default and new deeds of trust... Read More »

A Masterful $2 Million Price Cut for Kirk Hammett’s Sea Cliff Home(s)

A Masterful $2 Million Price Cut for Kirk Hammett’s Sea Cliff Home(s)

Having been correctly fingered as Kirk Hammett’s 4,200-square-foot Sea Cliff home by a number of plugged-in reader’s last year, the asking price for 308 Sea Cliff Avenue has just been reduced from $16 million to $14 million in One fell swoop. And the asking price for the adjacent 5,200-square-foot... Read More »

Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

It’s a little messy, but we’ve mashed up the Housing for Families with Children report’s map of where the children under 19 live in San Francisco, both in terms of absolute numbers and the relative densities of households with children, and the rough neighborhood boundaries for the city. And... Read More »

An Infamous Sea Cliff Hideout Is Listed for $19.675 Million

An Infamous Sea Cliff Hideout Is Listed for $19.675 Million

The Sea Cliff home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue that’s owned by Brugnara Properties, as in the infamous Luke Brugnara who was sentenced to seven years in federal prison last year for having $11 million worth of art delivered to the home’s garage and then refusing to pay, has... Read More »