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First Platinum Certified Home in Northern CA Fetches $885 per Foot

First Platinum Certified Home in Northern CA Fetches $885 per Foot

The first LEED Platinum Certified home in Northern California was built on a Rockridge lot with views at 5950 Margarido Drive and hit the market in the fourth quarter of 2009 priced at $5.5 million or roughly $1,187 per square foot. Subsequently reduced by over two million dollars over... Read More »

The Margarido House Returns

The Margarido House Returns

The first LEED Platinum Certified home in Northern California was built on a Rockridge lot with views at 5950 Margarido Drive. And having first hit the market in 2009 with a $5.5 million price tag, reduced to $4.795 million in early 2010 (and in contract for a few months),... Read More »

Rocking The Rockridge Vibe, Lifestyle, And Value(s)

Rocking The Rockridge Vibe, Lifestyle, And Value(s)

The two-bedroom bungalow at 5668 Broadway is a half-mile stroll from the Rockridge BART station and Market Hall, and not too much farther from Zachary’s (yes, we have our priorities straight). While remodeled, the interior hasn’t been Dwell-ified and much of the original woodwork has been refinished and remains... Read More »

Market Street Food Emporium Slated For Approval This Week

Market Street Food Emporium Slated For Approval This Week

While specific vendors for the proposed “Market Hall” food emporium to occupy two of the three retail space beneath the 88 apartments rising at 2175 Market Street have yet to selected, Forest City’s concept calls for multiple local vendors and kiosks to occupy the combined space, similar to the... Read More »

The Margarido House Sells “At Asking” (And 38% Below Original List)

The Margarido House Sells “At Asking” (And 38% Below Original List)

Two weeks shy of a year on the market, the sale of the “Margarido House” over at 5950 Margarido Drive in Oakland appears to have closed escrow on October 12 with an MLS reported contract price of $3,395,000. Interestingly enough, the brokerage represent both buyer and seller is advertising... Read More »

Mmmm…Margarido Even More Happy Hour Pricing (If You’re Buying)

Mmmm…Margarido Even More Happy Hour Pricing (If You’re Buying)

As we wrote last month: In contract this past March after reducing its list price from $5,500,000 to $4,795,000, as plugged-in people know 5950 Margarido over in Rockridge fell out of contract when the sale of the buyer’s house fell out of contract as well. Relisted for $4,300,000 in... Read More »

The (5950) Margarido Happy Hour Now Starts At (Just Under) Four

The (5950) Margarido Happy Hour Now Starts At (Just Under) Four

In contract this past March after reducing its list price from $5,500,000 to $4,795,000, as plugged-in people know 5950 Margarido over in Rockridge fell out of contract when the sale of the buyer’s house fell out of contract as well. Relisted for $4,300,000 in June, on Friday its list... Read More »

March Madness For 5950 Margarido (Coincidence?)

March Madness For 5950 Margarido (Coincidence?)

While we typically wait until a property has closed escrow, or at the very least until all contingencies have been waived, a plugged-in tipster notes that 5950 Margarido just went into contract. And we never get tired of looking at that house (click image to enlarge). Keep in mind... Read More »

It’s March Margarita Margarido Madness As 5950 Goes Live At $5.5M

It’s March Margarita Margarido Madness As 5950 Goes Live At $5.5M

With the flick of a switch and a plugged-in tip, The Margarido House (5950 Margarido Drive, Oakland) has officially gone from coming soon to on the market online. The marketing site features a full gallery, plans and description for the five bedroom, five bath and 4,665 square foot LEED... Read More »

There’s Green (And Perhaps Even Platinum) Up In Them Thar Hills

There’s Green (And Perhaps Even Platinum) Up In Them Thar Hills

The Margarido House (5950 Margarido Drive) is slated to become the first LEED certified Platinum home in Northern California. And while it wasn’t built in San Francisco (nor is it on the market), it was built right across the bay in Oakland (and there will be tours). The details... Read More »