From $2,500,000 To $10,000,000 In Presidio Heights At 3362 Jackson (No Joke)


Purchased for $2,500,000 in August of 2009, 3362 Jackson came back on the market April Fool’s Day 2011, and it is no joke. Currently six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and roughly 5800 square feet of luxury, if you think this was a “quick flip”, think again. Separate yourself for a moment from the marketing and spin … Continue reading From $2,500,000 To $10,000,000 In Presidio Heights At 3362 Jackson (No Joke)

2010 Decorator Showcase Will Be A 1929 Georgian Revival Mansion


From our reader: The 1929 Georgian Revival mansion @ 3450 Washington is apparently set to be the site of the 2010 Designer Showcase. Posthumously attributed to Architect Willis Polk (1867-1924) the 8,000+ sq.ft. Presidio Heights home was purchased by Peter Sperling in 2001 for a purported $18 million (story and other high end real estate … Continue reading 2010 Decorator Showcase Will Be A 1929 Georgian Revival Mansion

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Finds Buyer For His Pacific Heights Monster Den


After what must seem like an eternity (we lost track of the days on market), we’re told the metal lair on top of Pacific Heights at 2505 Divisadero (originally asking $12,500,000 now just $8,995,000…it is on top of Pacific Heights and does include a sound studio and party room built for, and occupied by, Metallica … Continue reading Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Finds Buyer For His Pacific Heights Monster Den

Another Reason to Love Living Here: The Heights


Fridays are for less serious real estate topic-age, so here is a meaningless poll and a tribute to another characteristic that makes SF unique. Riding my bike through the Presidio last Saturday, I decided to cruise Presidio Heights. And oh my, the elevation-  in status, I mean. It’s dizzying. The homes are palatial, complete with … Continue reading Another Reason to Love Living Here: The Heights

Update: Pool Party On Broadway! Marco….Polo….Fish Outta Water! (And Now On The Market)


[Update: Our original tip ran in May of this year, and now as “Curbed SF” reports, it’s on the market (in MLS)…with photos.] From a connected reader: Designed in 1922 by Frederick Meyer (think Bill Graham Auditorium) [2950 Broadway] is a serious presence on outer Broadway’s Gold Coast and I think the only one with … Continue reading Update: Pool Party On Broadway! Marco….Polo….Fish Outta Water! (And Now On The Market)

Coming Soon: 2950 Vallejo, it’ll only take you $25,000,000


Nestled into, or perched atop (it’s all perspective), one of the most prestigious hills in San Francisco (we’d almost go so far as to say the world), 2950 Vallejo appears to be coming soon…for $25,000,000. From our reader: One of my absolutely favorite houses is hitting the market. You probably already know this, but I … Continue reading Coming Soon: 2950 Vallejo, it’ll only take you $25,000,000