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Weekend Update: Sales Follow-Up

Lots of questions with regard to sales activity for three of the New Developments we’ve recently profiled, so let’s do a quick rundown to kickoff the weekend (and help you plan your open house stops this Sunday): 1. 1725 Washington: Three (#3, #9, #14) of the fourteen units we... Read More »

Party Like It’s 2002 (California)

Party Like It’s 2002 (California)

Sporting a fantastic facade, a killer Mediterranean courtyard, and “great bones”, we think 2002 California could make one of the swankiest bachelor(ette) pads in the city. That’s assuming, of course, that you’re willing to completely gut, remodel, and drop invest another $500k on top of the $1,349,000 asking price.... Read More »

The $65,000,000 House

The $65,000,000 House

Well, 2845 Broadway has quietly replaced 300 Sea Cliff Ave as the most expensive house for sale in San Francisco (and it’s not because 300 Sea Cliff has sold). Boasting a “Once in a generation opportunity to acquire an extraordinary Gold Coast masterpiece in the making, the house also... Read More »

Reader’s Tip: MLS DOM

A reader “tips” us off to a trick for finding a listing’s DOM on the MLS: “If you want to see the date a home goes on the market. Do a search for open houses, it will give the “DOM” days on market. That does not help if they... Read More »

“Adorable” Really Says It All

“Adorable” Really Says It All

Can’t afford $23,500,000? Well, with a list price of only $255,000, this condo on 7th street is the least expensive home listed on the MLS. Now granted, it is only 298 square feet but it does have “new granite in the kitchen”. And dining room. And bedroom. And living... Read More »

Checking In On 300 Sea Cliff Ave

Checking In On 300 Sea Cliff Ave

At $23,500,000 (or $2,635/sqft) the home at 300 Sea Cliff Ave remains the most expensive single family residence for sale in San Francisco (and listed on the MLS). And after three years on the market…it has yet to advertise a single price reduction. So keep saving, and don’t worry,... Read More »

2401 Vallejo Is Back (And Better Than Ever)

2401 Vallejo Is Back (And Better Than Ever)

Neighbor’s listing making yours look bad? Wait until it sells, update (and stage) your interior, and then put your house back on the market with another agent (oh, and jack the price back up). 2401 Vallejo is back on the market and looking better than ever. No seriously, we... Read More »

Update: 1725 Washington Street

Some brokers’ tour comments for Washington Square West (1725 Washington): “great light, area, and reasonable HOA,” but “little storage space with small rooms and living space”. And despite being advertised as “SOLD” on the pricing sheet, units #2 and #6 have simply been reserved for below market rate (“BMR”)... Read More »

Turning Japanese (In Atherton)

Turning Japanese (In Atherton)

Japanese-style strolling gardens and a tea house; 7 bedrooms and 8,090 sq. ft. of living space on 2.81 acres in Atherton; and a twenty-five million dollar price tag? It must be Ellison’s original Atherton estate. (Thanks to The Walk-Through for the link) ∙ Listing: The Larry Ellison Atherton Estate... Read More »

New Developments: 1725 Washington Street

New Developments: 1725 Washington Street

14 of the 16 brand new condominiums at 1725 Washington Street hit the market this week with an open house this Sunday (2/5) from 1-4 PM. We can’t make this one, but would love for some kind soul to take a camera (we need a better picture), grab a... Read More »