It’s been another busy week in the world of San Francisco real estate, so we thought a quick recap of some of the most recent and worthy real estate porn is in order. To begin…the Top 10 Overbids. They never get old, and as always, there are some stunners. Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Porn Recap | Think Pools, Architecture, Overbids, and More
Your wait is over… Situated in the heart-center of San Francisco in oh-so hip Mission Dolores, and walking distance to countless shops and restaurants, this wonderful flat at 64 Rosemont Place is sure to delight and charm, and check every box: Circa 1928 barrel front; 1458 square feet; two bedrooms; one split bathroom w/ stall … Continue reading Not on MLS | 64 Rosemont Place | Mission Dolores
If you don’t get the Spinal Tap reference…it’s high time you watch Spinal Tap. Anywho…my newest listing to hit the market. — Grand scale, turn of the century Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco with approximately 1630 square feet of living space, original wood floors, period … Continue reading Haight Ashbury Victorian Flat Hits MLS Asking $1,700,000 – Wow Factor At 11
First time on the market since the 1960’s, and currently used as a Church, 740 Clayton is a true (circa 1906) Victorian gem just waiting to be restored to its original glory, or developed to the max (zoned RH-3), situated on a massive L-shaped lot with 38 feet of frontage, and containing an additional structure … Continue reading FOR SALE | 740 Clayton | Haight-Ashbury / Cole Valley | $2,495,000
[Editor’s Note: We have a new contributing architect, Sven, and this is his first post ever. Please take a moment to read his post, and welcome Sven Lavine.] I decided to do a little brainstorming on the factors affecting San Francisco house design. I want to steer clear of discussions of the city’s historical & … Continue reading What makes a San Francisco house a San Francisco house?
There are many reasons WE live here in San Francisco, and certainly many reasons YOU live here, so feel free to share with us. We captured this photo just yesterday evening on walkabout in North Beach, and thought, “damn that’s cool!” Just another reason we live here…great (iconic) architecture old and new all around us.