Consistently in the top 1-3% of all San Francisco Realtors, representing buyers and sellers, Alexander Clark and theFrontSteps.com brokers property transactions in all price ranges in all neighborhoods. Some or our most recent closed transactions are featured here.

SOLD | 2412 22nd Ave | Parkside | $1,000,000

Happy Buyers!

To say my clients didn’t absolutely score on this home is possibly the understatement of the year. When every house in the Parkside and Sunset is selling with multiple offers and at ridiculous prices, to be able to get in contract on one the day it hit MLS for well under market value in San Francisco is amazing…but we did it. I knew the “perfect storm” would come along, and it did. With a little luck, and a lot of persuasion, good things can happen to buyers in our market.

652 44th Ave | Outer Richmond | $1,547,777

SOLD | 652 44th Ave | Outer Richmond Single Family | $1,547,777

Setting records in the Outer Richmond: Listed $1,195,000 sold for $1,547,777
We got over 250 people through the door via our stellar marketing and online presence. In the end we handed out just about 30 disclosure packages (generally this is a gauge of potential “real” buyers), and ended up with 10 offers. All of them way over list, and even one higher than the sales price the sellers decided not to accept. Story on that in a coming soon blog post.

2117 Larkin St. | Russian Hill | $1,025,000 | Not On MLS

SOLD | 2117 Larkin St | $1,025,000 | Off Market

I’m pleased to announce the successful (off market) sale of 2117 Larkin in the quintessential San Francisco neighborhood, Russian Hill. This property is a top floor, one bedroom, one bathroom condominium with one car parking, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, high ceilings, and a large open floor plan great for entertaining.

844 Haight St. | Hayes Valley / Lower Haight | $1,320,000

Sold | 844 Haight | $1,320,000

Finally got this one sold!

From the marketing…

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 it hits the market today.

762 Great Highway #3 | Outer Richmond/Ocean Beach | $1,250,000

$1,250,000 | 762 Great Highway

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.

1957 11th Ave | Golden Gate Heights | $1,400,000

SOLD | 1957 11th Ave

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.

8 Buchanan #612 | Hayes Valley/Mid Market | $1,295,000

Sold | 8 Buchanan #612 | $1,295,000

Designed and built by world renowned Architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Arquitectonica in 2014, Linea provides luxury living in the heart-center of San Francisco. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views from your living room, sip coffee in the morning sun, and experience the vibrancy that is living on the edge of Hayes Valley, Mission Dolores, Castro, Lower Haight, Duboce Triangle, and Mid-Market districts.

1011 23rd St. #10 | Dogpatch | $740,000

Sold | 1011 23rd Street

Dogpatch, San Francisco: according to Wikipedia “is located on the eastern side of the city, adjacent to the waterfront of the San Francisco Bay, and to the East of Potrero Hill. Its boundaries are Mariposa Street to the North, I-280 to the West, Cesar Chavez to the South, and the waterfront to the East. It contains housing, some remaining heavy industry, more recent light industry, and a new but growing arts district.

179 Carl | Cole Valley Victorian | $3,200,000

179 Carl Designer Bathroom Featured in California Home & Design

I’m pleased to report the sale of this amazing property, which we were able to get featured not only on SFGate (Cole Valley Queen Anne with fabulous wallpaper for $2.695), but also Curbed (Queen Anne Done Up in Designer Style Looks for $2.695), and possibly even in San Francisco Cottages & Gardens just closed today for a whopping $505,000 over list price at $3,200,000. Considering we were targeting $2.9-$3M sale, I’d consider this knocked out of the park.

220 Mullen | Bernal Heights | $1,015,000

Beautiful 2 Bedroom

I’m happy to report my client successfully beat out multiple buyers on this great two bedroom home at 220 Mullen in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood. Listed at $799,000, our original offer was countered by the seller, along with some of the others (we call that “multiple counter offer”), and low and behold, we prevailed. The home is perfect for my client now and in the future.

2186A 15th St., 2169 Folsom, 323 Church | Duboce Triangle | Inner Mission | Mission Dolores

Off Market Magic

As my client said on my LinkedIn profile, I pulled off a “hat trick that [he] thought was impossible in the crazy San Francisco real estate market…” by not only helping him win a 15 (or more) offer situation on 2169 Folsom (Rex Ray’s old pad), but also coordinating the off market sale of his condominium to New York buyers buying his home (2186A 15th St) sight unseen. 

88 King St. | South Beach | $1,400,000

Luxe South Beach Towers

I have a great client that I showed all kinds of different properties to in all parts of the city. Turns out, he really liked South Beach and all it has to offer (proximity to water, Giants games, restaurants, vibrancy, downtown, etc.), but we just couldn’t find the right unit in the dream building (88 King St)…so I did a little digging (Some call it “bird-doggin'”) and we SCORED!