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Fully Remodeled and Striking a Thanksgiving Pose

Fully Remodeled and Striking a Thanksgiving Pose

Designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel and built in 1883, the Lower Pacific Heights Victorian at 1709 Broderick Street, or at least its façade, gained widespread notoriety for having played the role of the Tanner’s home in the late 80’s to early 90’s sitcom titled Full House. Purchased by the... Read More »

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Built in 1903, the year after a new shipping canal turned the former East Bay peninsula on which it stands into the island of Alameda, the Gold Coast home at 1405 San Antonio Avenue had been in the same family for five generations. Sold for $2 million in October... Read More »

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Having been rebuilt, remodeled and expanded to 3,500 square feet, the modernized Mission District Victorian at 948 Hampshire Street traded hands for $3.8 million in December of 2015. The new kitchen is outfitted with a marble waterfall island, dual Thermador ovens and an operable wall of glass, perfect for... Read More »

Warm Thoughts of a Modern Thanksgiving Dinner and Home

Warm Thoughts of a Modern Thanksgiving Dinner and Home

Having butted heads with neighbors over a proposed penthouse level, the modern Noe Valley home at 437 Duncan Street, which was designed by Iwamoto Scott Architecture, was built without. Listed for $4.375 million in June, the asking price was inexplicably increased to a rather inauspicious $4.444 million in August... Read More »

Warm Thoughts of a Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and Stove

Warm Thoughts of a Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and Stove

As we wrote a year ago today, or technically tomorrow, “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 speaking of CornuFé, the stove above was installed in... 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 »

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2011 Edition)

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2011 Edition)

Purchased as a 1940’s two-unit building of 2,756 square feet for $1,740,000 in April 2010; torn down to the studs, expanded to 4,180 square feet and returned to the market this past October following a multi-million dollar rebuild and redesign by the Green Couch team (think custom milled crown... Read More »

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2010 Edition)

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2010 Edition)

Our Thanksgiving tradition has once again been thwarted by a lack of listings featuring gorgeous old stoves, so this year it’s back to a property with an annual tradition of its own. Not counting its listings in 2007, 2008, or 2009, it’s now 325 days on the market at... Read More »

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2009 Edition)

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2009 Edition)

Our Thanksgiving time tradition has been thwarted in 2009 by a lack of gorgeous old stoves. So this year it’s the (semi) recent reduction (listed for $2,565,000 on 9/17, reduced to $2,398,000 on 10/13) of a renovated “green” kitchen and we call it a day. Here’s to hoping your... Read More »

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2008 Edition)

Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner (2008 Edition)

We’re making it Thanksgiving time tradition: a recent reduction (listed on 11/06 for $1,175,000, reduced to $1,098,000 on 11/21) and a gorgeous old stove. Here’s to hoping your pantry is plentiful along with your family and friends. Safe travels if you are (traveling). And we’ll see you next week.... Read More »