I’m pleased to announce the sale of this spacious, updated, mid-century four bedroom, two bath view home in Golden Gate Heights with a large East facing yard (complete with crushed oyster shell bocce ball track), deck, fireplace, laundry, parking, and two bonus rooms!
Spacious, updated, mid-century four bedroom, two bath view home in Golden Gate Heights with a large East facing yard (complete with crushed oyster shell bocce ball track), deck, fireplace, laundry, parking, and two bonus rooms! Tax records state 1467 square feet, MLS previously stated 2085 square feet, my records state this house is BIG, so are the views, the deck, and the yard, and you’re not going to want to miss this one.
Along with the amazing views, open floorplan, and tremendous amount of living (and storage) space, the home features a recently renovated kitchen and bathroom, hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, and will be open on several occasions for you, and everyone you know, to come visit.
2 large additional rooms (entertainment, fitness, office)
1 car parking
Wood burning Fireplace
Large Oversized Lot & Yard
Prime Golden Gate Heights Location
11/1 Open House 1-4pm
11/3 Open House 1:30-3pm
11/8 Open House 1-4pm
Offer date 11/9 @ 4pm
Representing buyers and sellers of amazing and unique property is what I do. This property is no exception. Please come take a look or contact me for further details.
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I am happy to report I just helped some buyers secure this wonderful mid-century property in Tiburon (that’s North over the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County for those of you not familiar with our area). Located at 694 Hilary Drive, this 4 bed, 2 bath single family home has great charm and character, a beautiful back yard with amazing views, and happy new homeowners. I was able to position my clients’ offer as the best offer out of 18! We just closed for $1,482,000. Congratulations to my buyers, and hello Marin County!
Feel free to contact me for the deets, and if you’re one of the thousands of San Franciscans considering a move over to Marin, not only can I help you sell your San Francisco home for top dollar, but I can help you buy in Marin too.
Although I’ve been out and about and trying to enjoy summer, clearly the Overbid factory didn’t get the memo. Check out the most recent craziness, including one architect/owner designed house on 15th Ave that sold almost 40% over asking! To all of those that think things slow down in Summer…think again.
Top 10 Overbids for San Francisco:
|414 Missouri St||4/3.00/N/A||6||$950,000||$1,410,000||48.42%|
|671 Alvarado St||2/1.00/||12||$899,000||$1,305,000||45.16%|
|1426 6th Ave||3/3.00/N/A||13||$1,595,000||$2,300,000||44.20%|
|609 Precita Ave||2/2.00/N/A||42||$825,000||$1,175,000||42.42%|
|531 Sanchez St||2/1.00/N/A||8||$995,000||$1,400,000||40.70%|
|2570 Folsom St||4/3.00/N/A||14||$1,595,000||$2,210,000||38.56%|
|45 Richland Ave||3/1.50/N/A||10||$650,000||$900,500||38.54%|
|2628 15th Ave||3/1.50/N/A||12||$849,000||$1,175,000||38.40%|
|656 Arguello Blvd||2/2.00/3||21||$799,000||$1,104,713||38.26%|
|80 Jersey St||3/2.00/||14||$1,195,000||$1,650,000||38.08%|
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[Update: Business Insider Just Shared 13 Properties all Selling For $1M or more over…]
Have a great weekend!
Sometimes you just gotta escape the San Francisco hype and head East young man (or because I always have to be PC, woman)!
My only complaint, the kitchen and baths don’t do this home justice. But that’s just my humble opinion.
My golden rule in real estate sales and searching for the right home…unless the front of the home is actually drop dead fantastic and the best selling feature, take a “drive by” with a grain of salt.
Case in point, 369 Upper Terrace:
From the front, it’s a bit of a duck, but on the inside there are 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 3462 square feet of mid-century (1973 is close enough) modern goodness with decks, 15 foot ceilings, Terrazzo floors, a spa style bath that “oozes tranquility”, a “vinyl lair for music listening”, and big views to get you through the slow days.
You gotta love the “lair”.
Look for more posts from me featuring the finest homes with the best views in San Francisco, starting with this one. I’d give these views an 8 out of 10.
Following on the
heals heels (thanks for catching the spelling fail “word bitch“) of a post I did earlier today about some homes I know are available for sale, but not yet “on the market”, I present to you 76 Amber Drive, an original Eichler, in the Eichler rich zone of San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood, that had been “quietly” marketed for a good couple of weeks before finally hitting MLS today.
Sexy it is not. Eichler it is, and sometimes that all you have to say…
–76 Amber Drive, 4 bed, 2.5 bath, $819,000 [MLS]
–Ditch Your Realtor, Get Ahead Of The Pack By Working With Me [theFrontSteps]
–Mid Century Modern With An Emphasis On Modern [theFrontSteps]
–More Off Market Real Estate [PocketListings.net]
Are you, or any of your friends, looking for a single family home in Noe or Cole Valleys (or anywhere in San Francisco for that matter)? Are you getting beat out by multiple offers in the over million dollar price range ($1.5M+), and showing up late to the party? Is your Realtor telling you they’re doing all they can (simply checking MLS everyday, which you can do too), but really not delivering? If so, you’re not alone, and I can help.
Within the past couple of months my buyers and readers have known about dozens of properties prior to them going to MLS. To think I share all of them online with everyone is simply silly. For example, my circle of clients knew about 707 Cole, 1027 Cole, 313 Parnassus, 785 Cole, 1340 Cole, 121 Beulah, 471 Duncan, 2975 Lake, and many more. There are also a dozen or so homes that never even made it to MLS and were shown without a hint of market activity, such as a mid-century home in Noe Valley, a grand, modern home on Sanchez, an AIA tour home in Golden Gate Heights, a penthouse stunner in SOMA, and a few others that I can’t recall the address off the top of my head.
Today, I present to you two more opportunities in Cole Valley, one in Nob Hill, and another on Lake Street not on MLS. Nowhere near MLS in fact. Not on PocketListings.net, not in my pocket, and not even on anybody’s radar. They are all single family homes, and they are all at least 2 bedrooms, and close to or over $1,500,000. They are not fixers, they are done, done, done…or turnkey as we like to say.
If you are interested, or know somebody that might be, you gotta contact me directly (email@example.com), you gotta be unrepresented, and I’m going to ask you to work with me going forward and sign a written agreement confirming exactly that. No co-agents, no “I’ll work with you if you find me the property”, no “let’s try it out on this deal”…none of that. You either marry me as your agent or you don’t. Not sure if you should? Have a look at some recent testimonials I’ve been gathering and come take the plunge.
Like I’ve said, working with and finding a Realtor you like is like dating. If it’s not working out with one, you are free to leave to find another.
I’m also beginning to dabble in Lake Tahoe real estate, so if you’re interested in a second home, ski pad, lake front property, my finger is finding the pulse of that market too (and I know where all the good powder is).
So feel free to give me a shout, and let’s work on getting you ahead of the pack and into the home of your dreams. I’m also happy to help any of you sellers out there sitting on the fence in these markets. It’s a good time to sell in certain areas and certain price-points. I am at your service and available for consultation.
Are you a lover of Modern (particularly Mid-Century) like me? Are you looking for a home that you just can’t seem to find anywhere else? Do you have a budget up to $2,200,000? If so, I have found the home for you. I have been asked not to share any photos of this particular home online, because it is not listed on the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and is a pocket listing, but it is on par with something like these:
The home is 3 beds, 2 baths, 2 car side by side parking, in an A+ Noe/Castro/Liberty Heights area. It is up on the hill, has tremendous views, is totally open, bright, minimal, and amazing. Re-designed by Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects, it also has custom designer wall finishes throughout, SubZero, 6-burner Thermador range, Limestone, Calacatta marble & Thassos stone finishes, integrated sound with built in speakers, outdoor built-in Viking grill with granite counter, and did I mention views, views, views!
It’s one of a kind, and it could be yours.
I do not hold the listing, but can definitely bring a buyer. Principals Only Please. Contact me for details.
We were fans at Usonian, but if you must…the whip cream on top:
Polished concrete floors; radiant heating; chef’s kitchen; custom walnut cabinetry; multiroom sound system; remodeled bath with handcrafted Heath tile; Sub-Zero refrigerator with glass front; Viking convection oven; Miele range; 2,344 sqare feet all on one level; two car side-by-side garage.
Some history on Usonian, and what you need to know from Wikipedia:
‘Usonian’ is a term usually referring to a group of approximately fifty middle-income family homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright beginning in 1936 with the Jacobs House. The “Usonian Homes” were typically small, single-story dwellings without a garage or much storage, L-shaped to fit around a garden terrace on odd (and cheap) lots, and environmentally conscious with native materials, flat roofs and large cantilevered overhangs for passive solar heating and natural cooling, natural lighting with clerestory windows, and radiant-floor heating. A strong visual connection between the interior and exterior spaces is an important characteristic of all Usonian homes. The word carport was coined by Wright to describe an overhang for a vehicle to park under. Variants of the Jacobs House design are still in existence today and do not look overly dated. The Usonian design is considered among the aesthetic origins of the popular “ranch” tract home popular in the American west of the 1950s
Let’s not forget the price and link to more Usonian property picture porn: One San Marcos, $1,590,000.
We look forward to your first fireside chat (we promise to wear our best mid-century ski sweater, and mix some tasty margaritas!)
–OneSanMarcos.com [property website]