“Outer Richmond Single Family Home Hits the Market, Buyers Everywhere Flock to See it”…so the headline could read. It’s been a long time since a home of this character, quality, and size has hit the market in the Outer Richmond, and you don’t want to miss it.
There is a story to this one…Nonetheless, I’m pleased to report the (finally!) successful sale of this amazing Golden Gate Heights Property.
Nestled in the hills of Golden Gate Heights with wonderful vistas to the North/North East, surrounded by beautiful trees and a lush garden, and tastefully remodeled for the minimalist in all of us, including a painstakingly thought out master suite on the lower level, which opens to the garden, 1957 11th Ave is the home you don’t want to miss.
Having found this wonderfully crafted home built in 1948, the architect/owner of this home set out on a journey to create an oasis of minimalist living and design aesthetic nestled into the hills of this vibrant and bustling city of San Francisco. The kitchen was remodeled in 2008 with a focus on clean lines and simple living while maintaining the charm of the original home. In 2014 the lower level was completely remodeled incorporating a designer master suite with walk-in closet and ultra modern master bathroom complete with radiant floor heat, Hans Grohe fixtures, Ariostea Italian High-Tech Wood tile, and Toto toilet.
Not wanting the upstairs bath to be outdone, it too underwent an extensive designer remodel in early 2016 also with radiant floor heat, Ariostea Italian High-Tech Wood floor tile, Honed Italian MaxFine Calacatta wall tile, Toto toilet, and a wonderfully situated window which make tub soaks and showers feel as if you’re in the garden.
In addition to the remodeled designer master suite, kitchen, and luxury baths, this home contains a total of three bedrooms, approximately 1595 square feet, parking for one car, a woodburning fireplace, hardwood floors with original detailing, high ceilings, views, hallway skylight, a “Romeo & Juliet” balcony from the second bedroom to the garden, a deck off of the kitchen perfect for outdoor dining/entertainment (and of course barbecuing), plantation shutters, new water main, new furnace, tankless water heater, stackable washer & dryer, recessed lighting, and a newly installed irrigation system to keep the amazingly lush garden alive and well.
This home…you must see.
List Price: $1,295,000
Sold Price: $1,400,000
1 car parking
Remodeled Kitchen, Baths, Master Suite
Radiant Floor Heating in Baths
Ariostea Italian High-Tech Wood tile
Hans Grohe Fixtures
Lush Landscaped Front and Rear Garden
Tankless Water Heater
Exclusively listed by:
Keller Williams Luxury Realty International
Contact me for details about this sale, or to talk about selling your home:
You can’t buy property in San Francisco any further West…this is it…where the land ends and the Pacific Ocean begins. Marvel in the ebb and flow of ocean life from your living room (spot dolphins, whales, sea lions, surfers, kite surfers, and ships going by), escape the City life, catch every sunset from your couch kitchen or dining table, walk the beach every morning, experience the surrounding parks and abundant nature right out your front door.
Situated on the Western-most edge of San Francisco, 762 Great Highway #3 is a top floor, approximately 1491 square foot, Panoramic Ocean View residence with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, designer remodeled kitchen, refinished hardwood floors, high ceilings, new gas fireplace, in unit Washer & Dryer, Viking range, Dishwasher, new carpet, new paint, abundant natural light, 1 car parking (as well as parking permit for private street), storage, shared yard, and 4 miles of Ocean Beach enjoyment at your fingertips.
If Ocean Beach doesn’t keep you busy, you’re also a stone’s throw from: Land’s End hiking trails; the ruins of Sutro Baths; Sutro Park; Cliff House & Beach Chalet Restaurants; Lincoln & Golden Gate Park golf courses; Beach Chalet Soccer Fields; Golden Gate Park; Balboa Corridor shops and restaurants; Safeway; and so much more. The location of this property also makes for an easy commute to the South via the Great Highway, as well as proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge and points north.
Welcome to Pacific Ocean living at it’s finest.
Approximately 1491 square feet
1 parking (plus permit for private street)
New Carpet in Bedrooms
Remodeled open kitchen
Viking Gas Range
In Unit Bosch Washer & Dryer
Panoramic Ocean Views
Hoa Dues $200/month (plus $225/quarter for larger HOA)
Sunday 10/9, 2-4pm Open House
Tuesday 10/11, 11a-12:30p Open House & Broker Tour
Thursday 10/13, 5-7pm Open House
Saturday 10/15, 2-4pm Open House
Sunday 10/16, 2-4pm Open House
Private Showings Upon Request
Exclusively listed by
Keller Williams Luxury Realty International
I’m pleased to announce the recent sale of unit 11E in this wonderful brand new Luxury High Rise Residence in Downtown San Francisco, located at 338 Main Street, better known as Lumina SF.
My clients are the proud owners of an amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bath, spectacular view home.
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 it…off market.
Priced at $3,800,000, and available for immediate purchase. There are no interior pictures that do it justice, so let’s get you in before it goes to MLS, and you lose out.
This beautiful home has been meticulously remodeled with discriminating attention to detail. The home features an open floor plan and dramatic floor to ceiling windows on each level to enjoy the sweeping views from the Golden Gate Bridge to Mt. Tam.
4 bed plus office (all with views) / 4.5 bath including a fabulous, separate 1 bedroom guest apartment
Custom stucco façade with metal awning
Custom glass and steel front door
Gas Fireplace in living room
Bonelli and Fleetwood windows with automatic shades/window coverings
Folger & Burt Architectural Hardware (door handles and pulls)
Heath Ceramic Tile
Boffi sinks and fixtures
Hickory pecan flooring
Sonos audio system throughout
Terraced and landscaped yard
1 car garage, 1 car parking pad
Approximately 2747 (per architect)
Contact Alexander Clark, KW Luxury Homes International for private showing.
listed by Carrie Goodman, Lisa Miller Sotheby’s
This home on 43rd Ave just sold $331,000 over asking, and takes this week’s top spot on the top 10 San Francisco Overbids. But let’s look deeper into what’s going on here.
You might be wondering why I chose the amazing picture of pro surfer Damien Hobgood getting burned by some random guy as this week’s featured image to go with the continually insane overbids San Francisco dishes out. Well…it’s significant in many respects (in my mind anyway, so hear me out).
1. Not only does Ocean Beach occasionally get world class surf (word is out, sorry), but it brings the pain, as does our market to many, many, many buyers continually burned by that other buyer that dropped in on them and “stole” their home. And just like waves, there will always be another home come your way, so bite your lip, regroup, focus, don’t get upset, and get the next one.
2. The Avenues are the hottest part of town right now to be selling a Single Family Home, as it is the last frontier where such a home is still attainable under $1.1M (check the stats). You can find these homes in the Outer Sunset, Outer Parkside, and if you’re lucky, the Outer Richmond districts. Miraloma Park is a hidden gem of bargain homes too, but no beach. For you out of towners, Ocean Beach is where San Francisco officially ends, and Pacific Ocean begins (the “Bay” is not). This is our “beach” neighborhood, which at some point will go back to normal programming of fog for months on end, howling onshore winds, and no hipsters cruising on their penny boards to check the surf, because it will be too damn cold and the bikinis will be all covered up.
3.Who still prices a home like this, in a location like that, at $699,000? Seriously John. Seriously.
4. This sale is $331,000 over the asking price, but really, it was underpriced by at least $100,000, so let’s hope all the marketing that goes out around it doesn’t say “I got my clients $331,000 more than they expected!” We all know it was expected to go over, and I guarantee if they only got one offer at $699,000 they never would have sold it. At 1200 square feet, or $807/psft, some might even argue it is a steal.
5. The photo caption on the Surfing Magazine article sums it up best with what people THINK is happening in San Francisco real estate, “A quick reminder that the surfer closest to the peak of the wave, or in the barrel, has the right of way. Damien Hobgood and some tech nerd“. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a great caption and it’s definitely evident in the water, but it’s not just the techies with all the cash. I’ve been telling my clients and readers this for years. There is an insane amount of money from all walks of life in this city and greater Bay Area. It’s easy to point the finger at one group and make assumptions, but I guarantee you, your assumptions about the techies and our real estate market are wrong.
And before you go blaming the techies for your lack of wave domination, or missing out on your dream home, reconsider that GoPro strapped to your board, the Uber you just took to work, that baby picture you just HAD to share on Instagram, and all the other tech channels you can’t live without whether you’ve been living here 40 years, or 4. The city is a changing. Embrace the Chaos.
[Song: Pa Lante by Ozomatli; Album: Embrace the Chaos…turn it up!]
With all of that said, the Top 10:
|2471 43rd Avenue||2/1.00/N/A||19||$699,000||$1,030,000||47.35%|
|1650 Florida Street||3/1.00/||42||$695,000||$970,000||39.57%|
|1099 23rd Street||1/1.50/1||20||$599,000||$801,000||33.72%|
|136 Seville Street||2/1.00/N/A||33||$699,000||$890,000||27.32%|
|2769 Union Street||3/2.00/||13||$2,499,000||$3,130,000||25.25%|
|4500 California Street||2/2.00/||38||$980,000||$1,210,000||23.47%|
|164 Parker Avenue||2/1.00/B||31||$995,000||$1,210,000||21.61%|
|681 Panorama Drive||3/2.00/N/A||28||$999,000||$1,204,000||20.52%|
|204 Anderson Street||2/2.00/N/A||13||$1,189,000||$1,425,500||19.89%|
|2270 9th Avenue||4/3.50/N/A||8||$1,795,000||$2,150,000||19.78%|
Have a great weekend! Looking to buy or sell Bay Area Real Estate? Look no further, and give me a shout.
–Image Source for Surfers [Surfing Magazine]
I’m pleased to announce the successful off market purchase of an awesome unit at Gramercy Towers in San Francisco’s one and only Nob Hill district. My clients got word of this new listing, called me up, and we snagged it before it had a chance to go to MLS. They are thrilled, seller is happy, all is good.
Two bedrooms, two baths, remodeled, views, and great layout. Sales price $1,650,000.
Tired of getting beat out by multiple buyers…you gotta get somebody like me on your side. I have great relations with the majority of San Francisco realtors, I’m a member of the Top Agent Network, and I have my finger on the off market pulse, although my clients sniffed this one out…but that’s what it takes! Teamwork.
Representing buyers and sellers of amazing and unique property is what I do. This property is no exception.
Contact me, I’ll help you out.
Paragon Real Estate Group
It is so nice to make people happy. That’s the best part of what I do, and getting an amazing pat on the back from my clients is icing on the cake. I grabbed this from my client’s Facebook post to all of their friends in order to share it with you:
Many of you know that Linda and I recently sold 1487 Chestnut and bought [XXXX] Chestnut. What you probably don’t know about is the guy who made it happen for us: Alexander Clark
Alex killed it on both deals. He knew exactly how to market 1487 and held our hands while we dealt with the stress of moving out, staging the place, showing it, taking offers, and dealing with the buyer. In the end we got about 25% more than we expected, giving us the opportunity to reach a lot higher for our next place.
On the flipside, Alex was incredibly patient while we waited for the right opportunity to buy (we can be a bit picky…). He never pushed us to look outside of our preferred neighborhoods even though inventory was nonexistent, and even when a few less-than-perfect places came along he didn’t lobby for bids. Ironically, by not gunning for the quick sale, that’s exactly what he ended up getting – we won the first place we went for!
So if you’re thinking about doing a real estate deal in San Francisco [insert joke about market here], Alex is your man. Check out his work on theFrontSteps.com and ping me if you want an intro.
Thank you both so much for your business, loyalty, and patience. You guys rock and I’m incredibly happy for the both of you. Keep counting those ships sailing by…