District 5’s (See SF Districts Map Here) April numbers continue their strong upwards trend with their highest ever median sales price of $2,287,500. Year-over-year, the median price is up 8.9%. Resale Condo/Loft Median Prices Resale condo-loft median prices have resumed the downward trend that started last September with a brief uptick in January and February. … Continue reading May 2016 Central San Francisco Market Conditions
This is one for the ages. Situated on the tippy-top of Ashbury Heights on Upper Terrace, this home is amazing (especially the 1 bed apartment on the top floor that will make any view aficionado envious), it’s high end modern luxury to the 9’s, the views are tremendous (Fog be damned), and you should buy … Continue reading Exquisite Modern View Home in Ashbury Heights – Not On MLS
[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….
Inner-Sunset, home to much good food, a few good bars, a few bad bars, the prohibitively expensive Andronico’s, and UCSF, will soon be home to new condos. On my block alone (9th Ave., past Moraga St.) there are two sites going up or planned to go up. One is adjacent to my deck, where I … Continue reading Inner-Sunset Sprouting Condos
We keep trying to tell you, but some of you just don’t listen…it’s a great time to be a buyer. Take for example this 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2200 square foot single family home at 34 Ashbury Terrace. Last sold in December of 2002 for $1,400,000 (not overbid btw), this home recently hit the market … Continue reading From $2.2 To $1.995, To $1.895, To $1.795, To $1.775 To SOLD At $1.7 (34 Ashbury Terrace)
Hello out there, theFrontStep Readers! You may (or just as likely, may not) know my name from my blogs for Redfin. I’ve kindly been invited to write also for theFrontSteps, so here I am, on the steps, with my first blog. So here’s the setting: last night, 2:00am, sultry night, people walking up from the … Continue reading A Worse Punishment for Sisyphus: Policing Noise in a Metropolis