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Legendary VC’s Belvedere Estate Fetches $14.5 Million

Legendary VC’s Belvedere Estate Fetches $14.5 Million

Purchased by the late venture capitalist Tom Perkins in the early 1970s and on the market ten years ago for $20.5 million, the Belvedere Island estate at 345 Golden Gate Avenue, which features nearly 9,000 square feet of space designed by Julia Morgan and George Kelham on a nearly... Read More »

Former Summer Cottage Fetches $8.2 Million

Former Summer Cottage Fetches $8.2 Million

Built in 1892 as a honeymoon cottage at which to spend summers and weekends away from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, and since remodeled for year-round use and expanded to 5,066 square feet, the Belvedere Island “Landfall” estate was purchased for $5.8 million in 2001 and the... Read More »

Another Seven-Figure Reduction for Belvedere’s Landfall Estate

Another Seven-Figure Reduction for Belvedere’s Landfall Estate

Listed for $13 million last year, reduced to $11.8 million and then withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale, the Belvedere Island “Landfall” estate has just returned to market with a $9.989 million price tag. Built in 1892 as a honeymoon cottage at which to spend summers and... Read More »

Locksley Hall Fetches $47.5 Million

Locksley Hall Fetches $47.5 Million

Locksley Hall, the 9,235 square foot mansion perched on an acre of land with a pool at the southern tip of Belvedere, overlooking San Francisco with bridge to bridge views, has sold for a record setting $47.5 million. Built around 1900 for a prominent banker, the sellers who acquired the... Read More »

The Pink House Pulls $7.9 Million

The Pink House Pulls $7.9 Million

Listed for $11.75 million in 2012, the asking price for “The Pink House” on Belvedere Island was reduced four times, and by nearly four million dollars, before the property, which was designed by legendary architect John Mead Howells, was withdrawn from the market in 2013. Listed for rent at $17,500 a month... Read More »

The Pink House Returns For $4M Less

The Pink House Returns For $4M Less

Designed by legendary architect John Mead Howells, built in 1912, and listed for $11.75 million in 2012, the asking price for “The Pink House” on Belvedere Island was reduced four times before the property was withdrawn from the market in 2013. The formal living room on the main floor... Read More »

Bayfront ‘Tuscan Villa’ Fetches $13M

Bayfront ‘Tuscan Villa’ Fetches $13M

On the market for $24 million in 2010, the ‘Tuscan Villa’ across the bay at 125 Belvedere Avenue on Belvedere Island has sold for $13 million having been re-listed for $15.9 million earlier this year. Designed by Andrew Skurman and re-built in 2007, a funicular delivers residents and guests... Read More »

Belvedere Island Landfall Estate Listed for $13 Million

Belvedere Island Landfall Estate Listed for $13 Million

Built in 1892 as the “honeymoon cottage” for Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Winthrop Bridge, a cottage at which to spend summers and weekends away from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, the Belvedere Island estate dubbed “Landfall” has since been remodeled and expanded to a little over 5,000... Read More »

Live Like Clooney On The San Francisco Bay

Live Like Clooney On The San Francisco Bay

On the market for $24 million in 2010, the asking price for the Andrew Skurman designed Tuscan Villa across the bay at 125 Belvedere Avenue was reduced to $18 million in 2011 and then to $16.5 million in 2012, but it never sold. And today, the waterfront home is... Read More »

Go Big and Go Home in Belvedere: The Tom Perkins Estate

Go Big and Go Home in Belvedere: The Tom Perkins Estate

It’s not a new listing.  And it’s not even in San Francisco (it’s across the bay at 345 Golden Gate Avenue in Belvedere). But we’ve designating today big bold house day. And this one definitely belongs. It’s a Julia Morgan / George Kelham designed home (or rather “French Manor”)... Read More »