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Masterfully Remodeled Noe Valley Home Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

Masterfully Remodeled Noe Valley Home Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

Purchased in an off-market sale for $4.988 million or roughly $1,136 per square foot in March of 2019, the “masterfully remodeled,” 4,390-square-foot Noe Valley home at 2430 Castro Street returned to the market listed for $5.898 million earlier this month having been redecorated but not newly remodeled or further... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples to Index for a Contemporary Noe Compound

Apples-to-Apples to Index for a Contemporary Noe Compound

Purchased for $4.6 million in October of 2018, the contemporary Noe Valley home and cottage compound at 680 Douglass Street returned to the market price at $4.795 million last month. Built in 2013, the main home on the front of the lot, with a two-car garage and “gym,” is... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for That High-End Noe Home

Apples-to-Apples for That High-End Noe Home

Having overcome a rather ironic effort to block its development, an effort which was positioned by the owners of the 6,000-square-foot home next door as a fight to preserve “the character and charm” of the neighborhood, the 5,165-square-foot Noe Valley home at 645 Duncan Street finished up construction in... Read More »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

As we outlined in the fourth quarter of last year, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” at 1001 California Street atop Nob Hill, which is one of the two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts building, was purchased as new for... Read More »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

One of two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts Building at 1001 California Street, the building from which Vincent Friia once ruled over real estate in San Francisco, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” was purchased as new for $4,335,000 in... Read More »

Down on Marina Boulevard

Down on Marina Boulevard

Purchased for $8.6 million in July of 2015, the fully remodeled six-bedroom home on a double-wide lot at 663 Marina Boulevard features sweeping Marina, Golden Gate Bridge, and Bay views, with “a wonderfully flexible floor plan,” four en-suite bedrooms, an elevator servicing all three levels of the home, a... Read More »

Up and Down for a Designer Noe Valley Retreat

Up and Down for a Designer Noe Valley Retreat

Designed by Dumican Mosey, the “modern Noe Valley masterpiece,” with “unobstructed panoramic VIEWS” and “high-end designer finishes,” at 4326 Cesar Chavez Street hit the market priced at $5.495 million in February of 2016 and ended up selling for $4.5 million that April. Having returned to the market two years... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for a Contemporary Cow Hollow Home

Apples-to-Apples for a Contemporary Cow Hollow Home

Purchased for a below-asking price of $4.35 million in November of 2014, the contemporary Cow Hollow home on a “coveted tree-lined block” at 2837 Greenwich Street returned to the market priced at $5.5 million this past April, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 26.4 percent... Read More »

Appreciation for a Large Bernal Heights Home

Appreciation for a Large Bernal Heights Home

As we outlined early last month: Having very briefly held the title of the most expensive reported home sale in the history of Bernal Heights when it sold for $2,310,000 back in the first quarter of 2015, the contemporary four-level, 3,015-square-foot home at 152 Elsie Street – which features... Read More »

Onetime Record-Setting Bernal Home Relisted Anew

Onetime Record-Setting Bernal Home Relisted Anew

Having very briefly held the title of the most expensive reported home sale in the history of Bernal Heights when it sold for $2,310,000 back in the first quarter of 2015, the contemporary four-level, 3,015-square-foot home at 152 Elsie Street – which features an open main floor plan, four... Read More »