The sprawling, literally palatial mansion at 3800 Washington Street is one of San Francisco’s most beautiful and historically important properties–and one of its most often neglected, sad to say. This circa 1904 gem is a familiar sight to SF housing watchers afters its many travails on the market over the past decade. Now it’s coming … Continue reading Breathtaking, Once-Abandoned Presidio Heights Mansion Up For Sale Once Again
Today’s Maximum Overbid of the Week comes as no surprise, in fact, I’m surprised it didn’t sell for more. Situated on the wall of the Presidio, 3515 Pacific Avenue is the gem of all gems, something that will hold value for generations, and affords this buyer the opportunity to make it their own: wide lot, … Continue reading Presidio Heights Fixer Snags $3,450,000 Over Asking, Closes For $10,350,000
When I peruse these top 10 Overbid and Underbid lists that we crank out at The Goods for all of our clients (myself included), I often sit and wonder what is more of a story: A) The ultra modern residence at 748 Treat that clinched this week’s top Underbid spot by selling for nearly 7% … Continue reading Top 10 Underbids | A Medley Of Sorts
Touting some of the “best amenities, weather, and transit in the city” (I’ll let you all debate the Richmond District’s claim to that), 607-609 4th Ave just closed a mere $605,000 over list price, and earned this week’s title of Maximum Overbid. Congrats. The best part…it comes with a “low maintenance” yard. For all of … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week | Good Lord!
[Editor’s note: I just realized I misspoke. The home is not in Pacific Heights, it is in Presidio Heights. Locals will know the difference, visitors might claim six of one half dozen of another. Regardless, the mistake has been acknowledged and changed.] In other news to take us to the weekend, Mark Pincus, co-founder of … Continue reading Zynga Co-Founder Mark Pincus Sells Presidio Heights Pad For $8,200,000
Are you somebody that lives in San Francisco, has a home that is either on one level or contains an elevator, and you’ve been on the fence about selling your home? PocketListings.net has a buyer for you, they aren’t picky about their neighborhood, and they have $2,000,000 to spend. Maybe you are a resident living … Continue reading Opportunity For Fence Sitting Sellers And Desperate Buyers
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)
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
The last recorded sale of 3577 Pacific (2 bed, 1.5 baths, on the Presidio wall right across from Julias Kahn Playground) was August 31, 2005 for $2,225,000 and she was definitely a mid-century diamond in the rough. Well…she’s back and she’s looking sweet. She did get a bit bigger, and more modern though. She’s been … Continue reading From Mid-Century to Modern, 3577 Pacific Returns (Almost)
Need we say more… — Don’t panic. It appears to be limited to just the bedrooms and one bathroom. Nothing a little paint, scraper, and mallet couldn’t fix. After that, you’re left with a great house. –www.3525clayst.com
We’ve been through the over/under debate countless times, but when the big ones hit we have no choice other than high-light them, and 3647 Washington is no exception. According to MLS, this five bedroom, four and one half bath single family home in Presidio Heights hit the market March 26th at $3,595,000, spent a staggering … Continue reading A Done Deal at 3647 Washington ($910,000 over asking)
Since we’ve recently been on the subject of high end ultra high end homes changing hands, we thought we’d bring your attention to 3630 Jackson, a home in Presidio Heights that was recently on the market and “withdrawn” at $18,000,000. According to our reader, another reliable source, and Property Shark.com, it did indeed “resale” on … Continue reading 3630 Jackson…a done deal? (Asking $18M)
We alluded to it in May, we saw it in September, we called it in November, now we’re closing it in January. 3730 Washington…a done deal around $14,500,000. –Pipeline [theFrontSteps] –Large and in Charge: 3730 Washington [theFrontSteps]
We’re putting 327 Locust (3 bed, 2 bath SFR condo (oops!) asking $1,798,000 selling $2,025,000) up per reader request. We acknowledge this sale closed 10/31/2007 and we are now in the beginning of 2008. The market has changed since then, but an eye-catching sale nonetheless. Or shall we say classic “competitive pricing” situation? If you’d … Continue reading Done Deal in Presidio Heights: 327 Locust
A reader (Sean) asks: “I saw what looks like a cool old home in Pac Heights (Jackson & Gough) named “Chateau Beau” (or something like that) that is for sale. What’s the story with this place? Thanks. Well Sean…since you’re cool with us sharing the info we already told you (touched up to add a … Continue reading Chateau Beau or is that Bleu, and is it for sale?
3730 Washington…barely a month on the market at a meager $14,500,000, needing some pretty serious remodeling, and now contingency free (pending), which means it is highly likely the sale with go through. [Update: A reader quickly catches our late night mistake. Thanks. “I think you mean, ‘messing with the average’. The median value is the … Continue reading Damn those $14,000,000 homes, they keep messing with the median average