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28 Percent Cut for Famed Restaurateur’s Wine County Estate

28 Percent Cut for Famed Restaurateur’s Wine County Estate

Built for the famed San Francisco restaurateur, Pat Kuleto, in 1995, the 6,000-square-foot “Villa Cucina” sits on 40 acres of prime wine country land, 4.5 acres of which are planted with mature Cabernet, Zinfadel and Muscat vines. As one would expect, the centerpiece of the rustic five-bedroom home is... Read More »

50 Percent Price Cut for Newly Remodeled Pac Heights Mansion

50 Percent Price Cut for Newly Remodeled Pac Heights Mansion

Purchased out of foreclosure for $2.525 million in 2013, the “grandly proportioned circa 1898 Victorian mansion” at 1945 Franklin Street, on the eastern edge of Pacific Heights, has since been “stunningly re-imagined for a modern 21st century lifestyle.” Now measuring nearly 7,000 square feet of finished space, versus closer... Read More »

Price Cuts for ‘Rarely Available,’ yet Almost New, One-Bedroom

Price Cuts for ‘Rarely Available,’ yet Almost New, One-Bedroom

Priced by the sales office at $1.25 million in January of 2017, the sale of the one-bedroom unit #18D within the new Lumina tower at 201 Folsom Street closed escrow with a contract price of $1.235 million that March. This past August, the 876-square-foot unit returned to the market priced... Read More »

Price Cuts Up, Pending Sales Down in San Francisco

Having ended 2018 with around 36 percent more homes on the market in San Francisco than there were at the end of 2017, which is right in line with the trend we’ve been tracking over the past couple of years, the number of homes currently in contract to be... Read More »

Trendyloin Penthouse Finally Trades after Nine Years on the Market

Trendyloin Penthouse Finally Trades after Nine Years on the Market

Back in 2009, the roughly 3,600 square foot penthouse unit #2101 atop The Hamilton at 631 O’Farrell Street hit the market with a $4.5 million price tag, as we first reported at the time. Subsequently remodeled and relisted multiple times over the past nine years, including with a post-remodel... Read More »

Nearly 70 Percent More Homes on the Market in San Francisco

While the pace of home sales in San Francisco continues to slow, with fewer than 20 new homes listed for sale in San Francisco over the past week and a typical end of the year culling of unsold listings picking up steam, the number of homes actively listed for... Read More »

Puttin’ on the Ritz for $325K Less

Puttin’ on the Ritz for $325K Less

Purchased as new for $2.2 million in early 2008, right as the Great Recession was picking up steam, the two-bedroom, two-bath Ritz-Carlton Residences unit #2101 at 690 Market Street quietly resold at the end of 2014 with a $2.125 million contract price. Boasting “expansive windows to capture stunning city... Read More »

60 Percent More Homes on the Market in San Francisco

With the holiday slowdown and market seasonality in full swing, the number of homes actively listed for sale in San Francisco has dropped to 715, which is down 25 percent from this past October’s 7-year high in the absolute but 60 percent more than there were at the same... Read More »

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Built in 1903, the year after a new shipping canal turned the former East Bay peninsula on which it stands into the island of Alameda, the Gold Coast home at 1405 San Antonio Avenue had been in the same family for five generations. Sold for $2 million in October... Read More »

Russian Hill Hideaway Now Listed below Its 2015 Price

Russian Hill Hideaway Now Listed below Its 2015 Price

Originally designed by William Wurster and perched on the eastern slope of Russian Hill, the three-bedroom home at 1116 Greenwich Street, which actually fronts the Greenwich Pathway versus the street, was renovated in 2008 and sold for $2.825 million in August of 2015. While it’s missing a garage and... Read More »