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Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

The sale of the Billionaires Row mansion at 2701 Broadway has just closed escrow with a contract price of $31 million, a whopping $8 million under asking but still $4 million more than celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) paid... Read More »

Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Listed for $32 million in 2010, the 16,400-square-foot Gold Coast home at 2701 Broadway ended up selling to celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) for $27 million in early 2012. Designed by James Miller and built for a lumber... Read More »

Stunning Napa Valley View Estate On The Market For $27.5M

Stunning Napa Valley View Estate On The Market For $27.5M

The Montagna Estate was built upon 40 “Pritchard Hill” acres in St. Helena, overlooking Napa Valley below. Constructed in 2004 for developer turned winemaker, Bob Long, the estate includes 12,000 square feet of living space across four structures, including a three-story wine tower constructed from Napa Valley stone. The... Read More »

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner And Stove

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner And Stove

With Downton Abbey helping drive the trend, stainless steel and industrial ranges are out while old-school stoves with style, like La Cornue, are in.  Even if only a CornuFé. And on this day of thanks, here’s to hoping your home and stoves are warm, your pantry is plentiful, and your... Read More »

Three Months Later And Flipped For $2.3 Million More

Three Months Later And Flipped For $2.3 Million More

Purchased as a three-unit building for $2.6 million three months ago and quickly remodeled as a “lavish” single-family home with gold fixtures, marble countertops and a La Cornue range in the kitchen; an outdoor living room complete with a television mounted over the new gas fireplace out back; and... Read More »

From $2.6 Million To $4.5 Million In Two Months Time

From $2.6 Million To $4.5 Million In Two Months Time

With new gold fixtures, marble countertops and a La Cornue range in the completely reconfigured and remodeled kitchen, along with a new outdoor living room, complete with a television mounted over a gas fireplace and an “alfresco kitchen” (built-in grill and fridge), the Pacific Heights Victorian at 2111 Broderick... Read More »

A Restaurateur’s Lair (And Stinking Nice Stove) Returns

A Restaurateur’s Lair (And Stinking Nice Stove) Returns

As a plugged-in tipster and we first reported two years ago: After being owned by an artist, with sculptures adorning its decks, was bought in 2005 for $2.225M by an out of town owner…and was never really lived in for 3 years. After being listed for... Read More »

No “Apples” But A Bit Of Garlic (And La Cornue) At 268 Lombard

No “Apples” But A Bit Of Garlic (And La Cornue) At 268 Lombard

A plugged-in tipster reports with respect to the condo at 268 Lombard #1: After being owned by an artist, with sculptures adorning its decks, was bought in 2005 for $2.225M by an out of town owner, according to his agent and PropertyShark, and was never really... Read More »

Pommes Des Pommes (And A La Cornue) At 159 Cervantes

Pommes Des Pommes (And A La Cornue) At 159 Cervantes

Purchased for $2,050,000 in June 2007 the single-family Marina home at 159 Cervantes is back on the market in 2010 asking $1,895,000 (8 percent less). We’re assuming the “Le Cornufe” highlighted in the listing is actually a La Cornue and not some knockoff. UPDATE: Apparently by “Le Cornufe” they... Read More »

Up, Out, And Fake Rocks Be Gone At 159 Downey

Up, Out, And Fake Rocks Be Gone At 159 Downey

As the onetime dry rot and insect infected 159 Downey looked when purchased for $895,000 in August 2006 above. As the newly expanded (both horizontally and vertically), exterminated, remodeled and refaced single-family Victorian looks today: Asking $2,295,000 in 2010. And besides the stomach saving vinyl-and-rock-ectomy out front, it was... Read More »