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Context for a Recent 25 Percent Over Asking Sale

Context for a Recent 25 Percent Over Asking Sale

We first took note of the well-designed unit #1 at 236 States Street back in 2008, a few years before it was marketed as a short-sale near the bottom of the Great Recession, foreclosed upon, and then sold by the bank for $600,000 in early 2012. Having since been remodeled,... Read More »

Monster Home Site in Contract, Plans Approved

Monster Home Site in Contract, Plans Approved

Purchased for $1.135 million in 2013, after which the grand plans for its Corona Heights parcel soon emerged, the former 1,500-square-foot home at 53 States Street was recently leveled. While waylaid by former Supervisor Scott Wiener’s “monster home” legislation, which effectively halted the development of large homes in his... Read More »

Ornate Art Deco Home Sells For $3.2M In Two Weeks Time

Ornate Art Deco Home Sells For $3.2M In Two Weeks Time

Purchased for $1,832,099 in 2012 and listed for $2,850,000 two weeks ago, the sale of the ornate Art Deco home at 99 Ord has already closed escrow with a reported contract price of $3,200,000 or $1,122 per square foot. The ‘Taravellier House’ was designed by Fabre & Hildebrand and... Read More »

Art Deco With An Ornate Modern Kitchen On Ord

Art Deco With An Ornate Modern Kitchen On Ord

Designed by Fabre & Hildebrand and built for Justin Taravellier and his wife Marie in 1932, the ornate Art Deco home at 99 Ord and 17th Street has been repainted, both inside and out, since being purchased for $1,832,099 in 2012, but most of its original Deco details remain... Read More »

House With Landmark Giant Sequoia Sells For $2.325M

House With Landmark Giant Sequoia Sells For $2.325M

Purchased as a half-finished project for $951,000 in cash on the courthouse steps in 2014, Maven Investments was planning to chop down the 75-foot-tall redwood tree behind the Corona Heights home at 3066 Market Street in order to provide a more “open aesthetic” and “family friendly” backyard for its... Read More »

697-Square-Foot Carriage House Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

697-Square-Foot Carriage House Fetches $1,400 Per Foot

The modern 697-square-foot carriage house at 46 Mars, which is technically a condo as it shares a parcel with the house in front, has sold for $975,000 or $1,398 per square foot. While small in size, the carriage house is large in style and was renovated to make the... Read More »

$200K Trimmed From Sequoia House, Giant Mystery Solved

$200K Trimmed From Sequoia House, Giant Mystery Solved

Listed for $2.595 million last month, the asking price for the ironically dubbed “Sequoia House” at 3066 Market Street has been trimmed by $200K. And with respect to how the landmark Giant Sequoia, whose native range is well above sea level in the Sierra Nevada, came to be in the... Read More »

Ironically Dubbed “Sequoia House” On The Market For $2.6M

Ironically Dubbed “Sequoia House” On The Market For $2.6M

Purchased as a half-finished project for $951,000 in cash on the courthouse steps in early 2014, the Upper Market home at 3066 Market Street has just returned to the market in a fully-finished state and listed for $2,595,000 ($1,040 per square foot). While Maven Investments was planning to chop... Read More »

Small House With Big Style In Corona Heights

Small House With Big Style In Corona Heights

Technically a condo as it shares a parcel with the home in front, the 697-square-foot “carriage house” at 46 Mars has been renovated to make the most of its small space, with four distinct areas across its upper level (dining, kitchen, bathroom, living) and even a proper bedroom below. A... Read More »

Legislation to Halt Development of “Monster Homes” Passed

Legislation to Halt Development of “Monster Homes” Passed

Supervisor Wiener’s proposed legislation to halt the development, or expansion, of homes exceeding 3,000 gross square feet in size within San Francisco’s Corona Heights neighborhood was passed by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors yesterday. The legislation could effectively put an 18-month hold on any such projects where a final... Read More »