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Another Address Change And Listing On Raycliff Terrace: Number 27

Another Address Change And Listing On Raycliff Terrace: Number 27

Designed by William Wurster in 1949, renovated by Sandy Walker in 1996, and last sold on 1/13/2004 with a reported contract price of $3,383,500 (listed for $3,995,000), 27 Raycliff (previously known as 25 Raycliff) is once again coming soon. A great courtyard, “glimpses” of the Bay and Broadway homes,... Read More »

The Monster Meets A Magnetic Death? (2505 Divisadero Withdrawn)

The Monster Meets A Magnetic Death? (2505 Divisadero Withdrawn)

After an effective 1000+ days on the market, a few reductions, and a remodeling, the listing for Kirk Hammett’s Pacific Heights mansion at 2505 Divisadero has been withdrawn from the market. Luckily Death Magnetic is meeting with no such sales challenge. Read More »

It’s Deja Vu (But Not DJIA) All Over Again: 2170 Pacific Avenue Edition

It’s Deja Vu (But Not DJIA) All Over Again: 2170 Pacific Avenue Edition

One official “day on the market” in district seven (be sure to adjust those industry statistics if you’re playing along at home). “On Tour as New” and “1st OPEN!” according the listing. And yet somehow strangely familiar. For the second time. We’ll try to lead by example, however, and... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 2799 Broadway (A.K.A. 37 Raycliff Terrace)

The SocketSite Scoop On 2799 Broadway (A.K.A. 37 Raycliff Terrace)

While the basic gist of the tale we were told a while back about the recent sale of 2799 Broadway (see third paragraph below) was accurate (big house sells for big money and Bebo founders buy it), a bit of refinement is in order. While Malin Giddings represented those... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 37 Raycliff Terrace (A.K.A. 2799 Broadway)

The SocketSite Scoop On 37 Raycliff Terrace (A.K.A. 2799 Broadway)

While we first heard about the deal a few weeks ago, as it was a private transaction we made the decision not to publicize it until the deal was done. Now it is. And if our original source is correct, this really was a case of rich foreign buyers.... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 1840 Washington: Demo And 26 New Condos

The SocketSite Scoop On 1840 Washington: Demo And 26 New Condos

A plugged-in tipster delivers the scoop on 1840 Washington, currently commercial one-story-plus-mezzanine but soon to be nine stories with 26 condos, subterranean parking, commercial on the ground floor, and a roof deck (all despite the fact that they’re still not building any more land in Pacific Heights). Demolition of... Read More »

At Least Some Of The Photos Look To Be “New” As Well: 2170 Pacific

At Least Some Of The Photos Look To Be “New” As Well: 2170 Pacific

Having been listed at $3,445,000 and $3,345,000 earlier this year, the new listing for 2170 Pacific isn’t entirely (new that is). But along with the asking price ($3,250,000) and “days on the market” (two), a few of the photos are (with details we can’t help but admire). Read More »

From Our Word On The Street To Officially On The Market: 2820 Scott

From Our Word On The Street To Officially On The Market: 2820 Scott

It’s been almost two months since we let our readers know that while not officially on the market 2820 Scott Street (a.k.a. the 2008 Decorator Showcase House) could be yours for “an offer north of $29,000,000.” And today, it’s officially on the market (although not on the MLS) with... Read More »

Fortunes Can Be Fleeting (And Mansions Can Be Foreclosed Upon)

Fortunes Can Be Fleeting (And Mansions Can Be Foreclosed Upon)

From the listing for 2510 Jackson: This magnificent Pacific Heights mansion consists of seven bedrooms, six full baths and 3 half baths. The home features a ballroom, gallery, formal dining room, library, family room w/ Golden Gate Bridge view, seven fireplaces, two balconies, two terraces, elevator to all four levels, large... Read More »

Nationally Recognized (Just Not A Landmark): 2355 Washington

Nationally Recognized (Just Not A Landmark): 2355 Washington

One source pegs its beginnings to around 1870, while another about 1882. Regardless, both agree that 2355 Washington (aka the Dallam-Merritt or Augustus Starr house) is indeed on the National Register of Historic Places. (But it’s not a Historic Landmark.) Having last changed hands ten years ago for $2,750,000,... Read More »