A great San Francisco home is a work of art–but it’s also a very valuable commodity. Case in point, on Friday a new listing dropped for 459 Ashbury Street, one of the truly, profoundly beautiful Haight Victorians, with five beds, six baths, and a sumptuous baroque exterior dating to 1893. It’s the kind of home … Continue reading This $5 Million Haight Vic Renovated, Raring To Go
We got it done! On the market, off the market, price reduced, in contract, out of contract, back on market, price increased, off the market, in contract, SOLD! It went something like that. Market hiccup and all, we got it done. Contact us for details. — Grand scale, turn of the century Victorian Condominium on … Continue reading SOLD | 1662 Page St. | Haight Ashbury | $1,660,000
If you don’t get the Spinal Tap reference…it’s high time you watch Spinal Tap. Anywho…my newest listing to hit the market. — Grand scale, turn of the century Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco with approximately 1630 square feet of living space, original wood floors, period … Continue reading Haight Ashbury Victorian Flat Hits MLS Asking $1,700,000 – Wow Factor At 11
This is one of those properties that took me for a whirl. We spent 5 weeks of marketing and open houses before getting an offer. I had countless calls and showings, but ultimately the property did not sell where we expected ($1,650,000 or more). In the end, sellers are happy and moving on, and buyers … Continue reading SOLD! | Haight Ashbury Victorian | $1,500,000
I had barely figured out how to turn the heat on in this place and it was gone….Listed for $1,649,000 on a Friday, in contract for $1,800,000 on a Tuesday. Gone in a flash. Congratulations to the buyers and sellers of this killer property in the Haight. If you’re bummed you missed out on this … Continue reading Haight Ashbury Victorian Sells In A Flash For $1,800,000
This turn of the century Top Floor two plus bedroom, two bathroom, south facing Victorian Condominium checks all the boxes in the most ideal Upper Haight/Ashbury location. Entering from street level, you’ll be drawn in by large, period stained glass windows above the front door flooding the entry with natural light which radiates throughout the … Continue reading Upper Haight Victorian For $1,495,000…Yes Please!
Grand scale, late 1800s Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco with approximately 1692 square feet of living space, original wood floors, formal living room, formal dining room, designer lighting, ~12 foot high ceilings, renovated kitchen, decorative fireplaces, in unit washer & dryer, 1 car parking, exclusive … Continue reading For Sale | Haight Ashbury Victorian | 1649 Page St | $1,649,000
Sad to see this one go…such a beautiful propert. At least it went from a great seller to a wonderful and deserving family that will make it home for a long time to come. Congratulations to everyone involved. Grand scale, late 1800s top floor Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury … Continue reading SOLD | 1651 Page St. | Haight Ashbury | $2,100,000
Three offers, and a long three months later, I’m pleased to report the successful sale of the Church of the Living God…a.k.a. 740 Clayton. Congratulations to the buyers, and the sellers and thank you all for a smooth (albeit long) transaction. First time on the market since the 1960’s, and currently used as a Church, … Continue reading SOLD | 740 Clayton | Haight Ashbury / Cole Valley | $2,600,000
It’s a grand scale, late 1800s top floor Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco, and it could be yours, or it could be your friends. With approximately 1692 square feet of living space, hardwood floors, formal living room, formal dining room, ~12 foot high ceilings, updated … Continue reading Swoon Factor High On This Haight-Ashbury Victorian | $1,995,000
First time on the market since the 1960’s, and currently used as a Church, 740 Clayton is a true (circa 1906) Victorian gem just waiting to be restored to its original glory, or developed to the max (zoned RH-3), situated on a massive L-shaped lot with 38 feet of frontage, and containing an additional structure … Continue reading FOR SALE | 740 Clayton | Haight-Ashbury / Cole Valley | $2,495,000
This wonderful late / early century Victorian home has all the right bones in all the right places, including a grand entryway / staircase, wood floors, fireplace, high ceilings, large garage, 4 bedrooms, yard, and potential, potential, potential.
So you wanna live in the action, do you? Well, I have just the place for you – 844 Haight sits on the dividing line between Haight Ashbury (considered Lower Haight), Hayes Valley, Buena Vista Park, NOPA, Alamo Square, the Divisadero Corridor, is one block away from the Duboce Triangle area…and you’re in luck, because … Continue reading 844 Haight Street | Hayes Valley | $1,295,000
The information below is provided by Paragon Real Estate Group, enjoy: In the last 5 years, San Francisco real estate market rebounded and went crazy hot, but how much did it really appreciate? Below is a great analysis from Paragon that shows you the data using median sales price. This post is specific to houses, … Continue reading San Francisco Single Family Real Estate Appreciation since 2011
In this season of giving and being thankful, I’d have to say that San Francisco Bay Area residents should be pretty thankful that our market is nowhere near that of the national average. If you’re a seller you can be thanking your lucky stars that buyers are out there in droves, and if you’re a … Continue reading San Francisco Housing Market Not Stopping…How’s That For A Gift From Santa!?
[Written by “Eddy”:] One thirty seven Buelah is one of those homes that just screams San Francisco charm and it has all the makings for what many families are looking for in a home here in the city (e.g., curb appeal, close to shopping, parking, etc.) It’s no wonder that this property closed escrow back … Continue reading 137 Buelah Apple: Don’t Haight the Game….