This sale presented an incredible opportunity to own a truly unique property in San Francisco’s ultra vibrant and hip Mission District. The packaged included a desirable open floorplan that flows from front to back, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and office space on the main level, a two bedroom, one bathroom with kitchenette, office, laundry, a … Continue reading SOLD: 943 York St, $1,54M
Former churches and other houses of worship can be tricky housing development prospects: They’re often located on prime residential real estate in popular neighborhoods, but they they also often need a lot of work, and in many cases are historically protected properties in SF. Because of their spacious interiors, churches-turned-condos frequently end up looking like … Continue reading Onetime Mission Church Converts For $1.55M
The new year is less than a week old but already busy on the home front, with 18 properties listing since the big ball dropped on Saturday. But there was only a single property in the city with the chutzpah to actually go up for sale on New Year’s Day itself (at least on MLS): … Continue reading This Is San Francisco’s Very First Home Listing of 2022
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: A 15-bed, four-plus bath Victorian “manor” right smack dab in the middle of the Mission, listed for $4.88 million. Ordinarily a Victorian of this age (dated to 1890, per the ad) and proportions would have long since been chopped up into smaller units. But no, amazingly, this … Continue reading How Did This 15-Bedroom Mission Victorian End Up On the Market?
It’s now become proverbial wisdom that San Francisco has the highest rents in the US, after years of soaring prices driven by a combination housing shortage and population boom. Problem is, that wisdom is just plain not true; while SF’s market rents have indeed shot to the moon and beyond in the past decade, and … Continue reading This Mission Triplex Illustrates the Truth About SF Rents
Imagine you’re browsing SF home listings and you stumble across a comfy looking condo that for some reason is priced markedly below even similar units in the same neighborhood. And it’s branded with some mysterious letters: “TIC.” What to make of this conundrum? Even those who have already gotten their feet wet buying and selling … Continue reading Demystifying SF’s Tenancy-In-Common Condos
Ah summer, when a San Francisco homebuyer’s fancy turns to–what else?–Victorians. And if anyone is fancy enough to have $3.2 million burning a hole in their pocket, that’s the asking price for 249 Fair Oaks, a gorgeous tiered white wedding cake of a “grand Victorian” with three beds and two and a half baths on … Continue reading Plum 1885 Victorian Asks $3.2 Million
Here’s an imponderable riddle for housing watchers to consider: How much would you pay for nothing at all? This is not an exercise in Zen enlightenment, but rather a potentially real question for anyone browsing the listing for 1180 Florida Street, as this single-family property in the Mission near the corner of 24th Street was … Continue reading Total Teardown In Mission Asks $428K
In an unprecedented turn of events, we’re pleased to report the successful off market sale of a VERY unique property in the heart of the Mission. It’s not everyday something like this happens, but we’re thrilled for our clients that it did, and the buyer is thrilled as well. We keep telling you there are … Continue reading SOLD Privately | Heart Of The Mission Residence | $5,460,000
Congratulations to my buyers (x4), and my off market seller! That was quite the whirlwind of activity, and I’m thrilled we were able to pull it all off. 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…” … Continue reading SOLD | Duboce Triangle, Inner Mission, Russian Hill, Mission Dolores
In case you’ve driven/ridden by this place and thought you’d like to have a look inside, it’s your lucky day – 203 Guerrero just hit the market, and it’s pretty damn sweet. Modern to the core, and a perfect place to see and be seen (if you’re into that type of thing), this stunner of … Continue reading That Crooked House On The Corner Of Guerrero And 14th Is For Sale – 203 Guerrero
[Image Source] Every so often older posts get comments that are so good, I just can’t pass up posting them right front and center on the home page. This one came in on an old post we did about La Mission District and just how cool it is. Sorry Mission District, according to this Potrero … Continue reading Mission District “Is Our Backyard”-Says Potrero Hill
Last night the San Francisco Giants clinched the World Series Title and they did it with authority, routing the Texas Rangers four games to one, in the best of seven series. What made it all the more sweet was continually seeing George W. lean over to his wife and ask her just exactly what was … Continue reading San Francisco Giants Win World Series: Bedlam Ensues, Brian Wilson Calls In…
Having just purchased our first bag of “Sweet Tooth Espresso” from Ritual Roasters after more than six years of dedicated grinding, tamping, and pouring exclusively of Blue Bottle Coffee, we’re a bit torn as to what to do. We’ve had Ritual on many different occasions, but allowing their beans to enter into the home, and … Continue reading In San Francisco It’s Ritual Coffee Roasters Versus Blue Bottle Coffee
Pix to come, I’m sure. but holy cow, $1.775M for a Folsom street Victorian, now? Yes it’s large. Yes there is four car parking. But we are talking about the very center of the Mission.