[Update: Sold June 2007 for $2,300,000] 2901 Pine St. is one of those properties you only wish you had the guts to do (assuming you’re remodeling). The place is sweet! (In our opinion) We literally just walked out of there and were so impressed, we came to post. You must check it out. Formerly a … Continue reading Unique is an Understatement (2901 Pine)
On April 1st (now we see that someone was playing a joke on us), we posted, Why’s This Keep Happening to Me?!” and gave you our story of despair and anguish. Now we can tell you the final sales price: $1,015,000 from an asking of $899,000 on 256 Page St. in Hayes Valley. There you … Continue reading Update on “Why’s this keep happening to me” and it’s Done Deal in Hayes Valley
On March 29th, we posted our very first reason we live herewith 3335 Clay, a 2bed, 2 bath condo in Presidio Heights asking $1,125,000, and a reader kindly commented there is “no way this property sells for over a million”. We’re not out to prove anyone wrong, or discount our readers (we love all of … Continue reading Follow up to Reason we live here #1
According to the most recent One Rincon Hill newsletter as of April 9, construction on Phase I (tower 1) “zoomed past the 45th floor”, and is expected to top out in July. Initial move-ins are scheduled for late 2007. We had a nice sit-down with some folks at One Rincon Hill about a week ago, … Continue reading Tower of Power
So you think you’ve got what it takes to design a la modern. Here’s your chance: “Dwell™ invites [their] readers to submit design proposals for one of three varied floor plans for homes in The Infinity. A panel of industry experts, including Dwell owner and founder Lara Hedberg Deam, will review designs. Winning designers … Continue reading 1 Part Dwell, 1 Part The Infinity, 2 Parts YOU!
With a room like this, how could you resist? Yet another high-end sale took place recently, 632 El Camino del Mar (Villa Vecchia), a 5 bed, 5.5 bath, 6348 square feet, shall we say Mansion, recently closed for $7,950,000 (same as asking, according to MLS.) It is just another one of those unique properties … Continue reading Done Deal In Sea Cliff
Here we have a 3 bed, 1.5 bath condo at 256 Page built in 1885 asking $899,000 (perhaps a little low, but that’s how you get the activity), received 4 offers on Thursday, of which we were one of them. Our original offer was $925,000 (scared by all the media reports of a “down” market, we … Continue reading Why’s this keep happening to me?!
We present: 200 Corbett, a 3 bed, 2 bath, single family home built in 1908 just hitting the market. We had the pleasure of checking it out, and we must say, it is pretty damn sweet, and yet another unique property that makes you love the real estate here. (Yes, that is a Breville Die-Cast … Continue reading The Power of Purple
A $255,000 price reduction, pano views, and no car access to your front door all on the same $2,595,000 price tag (was $2,850,000)…308 Greenwich, a 2 bed, 3 bath single family home on the Greenwich steps. This also falls under reason #1, Unique Property. 308 Greenwich.com [pics taken from property website]
There are many reasons why we love San Francisco, one of the top being the unique real estate in our town. Take a look at 3335 Clay, a 2bed, 2 bath condo in Presidio Heights asking $1,125,000. From the text it sounds like just another condo, but you owe it to yourself to check it … Continue reading Reason we live here #1