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Dolores Heights View Home Drops Below its 2014 Price

Dolores Heights View Home Drops Below its 2014 Price

Touting its location, location, location on “one of the most coveted blocks in Dolores Heights,” a block and a half from Dolores Park, the “one-of-a-kind home” at 352 Cumberland Street, which totals around 2,800 square feet (including two vacant studio units which front the street), was purchased for $3.75... Read More »

Liberty Hill Cottage Fetches Over $3K Per Square Foot!

Liberty Hill Cottage Fetches Over $3K Per Square Foot!

The two-bedroom, 870-square-foot cottage at 835 Sanchez Street, which sits on a 2,200-square-foot parcel with big views atop Liberty Hill, has just sold for $2.725 million. That’s $3,132 per square foot! But as is the case with almost every breathless report about the “insane!” price of a fire damaged,... Read More »

Approved Plans for Going Even Bigger in Dolores Heights

Approved Plans for Going Even Bigger in Dolores Heights

After a former Facebook couple raised the ire of their future Dolores Heights neighbors by proposing to build a 5,600-square-foot, single-family home across the 323 Cumberland Street parcel (upon which a 900-square-foot cottage had stood up until a few weeks ago) and its adjacent undeveloped lot, for which the... Read More »

Developer Flips Dolores Heights Duplex for a Loss

Developer Flips Dolores Heights Duplex for a Loss

Purchased as a vacant two-unit building on an idyllic block, with “period details and wood floors throughout,” for $2.1 million in May of 2014, the Liberty Hill duplex at 4121-4123 20th Street returned to the market this past September listed for $2.25 million with a mostly gutted lower level,... Read More »

Mission Dolores Home Sale Sets Neighborhood Record

Mission Dolores Home Sale Sets Neighborhood Record

While the “Castle On the Park” at 601 Dolores sold as a 17,000-square-foot single-family home for $6.6 million in 2011, it has since been converted into a school.  And as such, 41 Cumberland, the sale of which has just closed escrow for $4,999,500, is now the most expensive home within... Read More »

Former Facebook Couple Design a 5,600-Foot Dolores Heights Home

Former Facebook Couple Design a 5,600-Foot Dolores Heights Home

The purchase of the 950-square-foot Dolores Heights cottage at 323 Cumberland Street along with its adjacent undeveloped lot for $3,550,000 in November 2012 raised an eyebrow or two as the property had been listed for $2,400,000. Plans to raze the cottage, merge the lots and build a 5,600-square-foot home... Read More »

The (366) Liberty Belle Returns

The (366) Liberty Belle Returns

As we first reported two weeks ago with respect to the sale of 740 Church Street, “the buyers are from two blocks away, having purchased 366 Liberty for $2,575,000 in 2009, the sale of which we featured at the time and a property we wouldn’t be surprised to soon... Read More »

The Local Scoop: Behind the Purchase of 740 Church Street

The Local Scoop: Behind the Purchase of 740 Church Street

When 740 Church Street first hit the market in April listed for $5,250,000 including the undeveloped lot at 222 Cumberland, a number of plugged-in people estimated the lot to be worth $1 million. Having sold for a combined $5,250,000 in August, the recorded value for the house at 740... Read More »

A Rather Spectacular Property Draws A Rather Spectacular Price

A Rather Spectacular Property Draws A Rather Spectacular Price

As we first wrote about 740 Church Street this past April: Constructed in 1936, the rather spectacular Spanish Colonial home at 740 Church Street began a meticulous two-year renovation and remodeling in 2003, finished with Venetian-plastered walls, hand crafted doors, and hand-hewn wood beamed ceilings. Prominently positioned overlooking Dolores... Read More »

No Hill Street Blues For This Maniscalco Designed Home

No Hill Street Blues For This Maniscalco Designed Home

The sale of 350 Hill Street closed escrow on Friday with a reported contract price of $3,250,000 ($956 per square foot). While that’s 4 percent under its list price of $3,395,000, it’s 12 percent over its sale price of $2,900,000 in 2009. To repeat a sentiment we’ve stated before:... Read More »