This is Maximum Luxury, a weekly column where we examine some of San Francisco’s most expensive properties, basically just because we’re curious. And oh do we have a curiosity in store this week: Up on Sea Cliff Avenue, one of San Francisco’s priciest homes also has one of its strangest histories. The house at 224 … Continue reading Maximum Luxury: Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Still Seeking $15 Million
If at first you don’t succeed, continuing cutting prices. That’s the principle at work for 10 Sea Cliff, a reserved circa 1915 Edwardian at the tail end of 25th Avenue that’s now up for sale for the fifth time in less than two years, sporting a comparably economical new $5.7 million price tag. This four … Continue reading Sea Cliff Edwardian’s Price Plunges 52 Percent With Fifth Listing
San Francisco’s remote and exclusive Sea Cliff neighborhood holds a special fascination for some housing aficionados, one that’s only partly owing to the multi-million dollar homes that people this liminal zone between the city and the sea. Certainly the neighborhood has a lot to offer in terms of big-ticket, multi-room mansion properties to marvel at, … Continue reading Midcentury Gem On Huge Sea Cliff Lot Asks $2.2 million
There’s a basketball court with Golden Gate Bridge views, and a shower to wash your dog. What more do you need for $25,000,000? -Property Details: 190 Sea Cliff, $25,000,000 Inside scoop? Contact me and I’ll tell you what else I know.
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
San Francisco House & Condo Values Which Neighborhoods Dominate Home Sales? Who Is Buying the City’s Luxury Condos and Why? September saw the largest surge of new listings coming on market in the past 2 years, which led to a big jump in deal-making, but data on transactions negotiated in September won’t be available until … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Third Quarter Report
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
If you have it in you to get an A+ Sea Cliff property with views like this …. give me shout, because have I got the roughly 3800 square foot home on a roughly 5600 square foot lot on the end of Lake Street just for you. Principals only please. I am NOT representing the … Continue reading ~3800 Square Foot Sea Cliff Home (Fixer) For You
Are you a San Francisco Realtor with a Lake District or Sea Cliff home one of your clients would be willing to sell? Well…we just found your dream buyer: Very motivated all cash buyers looking for a SFR that meets the following requirements: -$2.5M or less -3 Beds/2 Baths+ -Around 3000 sq. ft. -Large bedrooms … Continue reading A Dream Buyer Carrying $2,500,000 Cash, Looking For A Good Home
You can look from this angle: …or this angle: …or this angle, and you’ll find the same house. You can also look right here or right here and you’ll get pretty darn close, but if you look right here, or here or here, you’ll come up empty as this home has “not been on the … Continue reading 134 32nd Ave. Quietly Marketed “Off Market”
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
There have been a lot of Google searches and even more emails coming to us wondering if we can “point [you] in the direction of the ‘Walk Down Lake Street’” from sfnewsletter that many of you saw mentioned in this article on SFGate. Those that have already read it already know that we added a … Continue reading “A Trip Down Lake Street”
It’s Friday. We’re sparing you from the video, and instead bringing more real estate porn in the form of 610 El Camino del Mar for $6.2M, and that includes the pool. Not so sure about that pirate ship that appears to be floating over the water, but for $6.2M, we guess you get to make … Continue reading Friday Pool Party! (610 El Camino del Mar)
Originally listed at $4.2M in 2003, 2801 Lake was hacked to $3.6M and just recently hacked again to the current price of $2,995,000. That is a MAJOR reduction that may or may not indicate something about the market, but it sure as hell indicates something about staging and getting your home ready to sell. There … Continue reading $605,000 less than it was (2801 Lake)… actually $1,205,000 less.
Our readers have been asking in various places about some properties we featured as of late. Since so many have asked so nicely here you go: 3280 22nd St @ Valencia, the “green” building that all the blogs were all hot about and many claiming wouldn’t sell. Guess what? Last week, in the middle of … Continue reading Various Updates (Alhambra, Sea Cliff, 22nd, Sacramento, Douglass, 27th, and more)
You’re going to have to check the MLS link to see what the hell we’re talking about in regards to the smiling painting, but 25 Sea Cliff, a 5 bed, 6 bath, 4760 square foot home in (do we have to say it) Sea Cliff spent nary two weeks on the market and is already … Continue reading When paintings smile, homes sell