A great San Francisco home is a work of art–but it’s also a very valuable commodity. Case in point, on Friday a new listing dropped for 459 Ashbury Street, one of the truly, profoundly beautiful Haight Victorians, with five beds, six baths, and a sumptuous baroque exterior dating to 1893. It’s the kind of home … Continue reading This $5 Million Haight Vic Renovated, Raring To Go
Few things are so quintessentially San Franciscan as Victorian houses, but there’s another style of classic SF home that’s even more numerous in the city and, whether everyone realizes it or not, exerts even greater influence over the city’s aesthetic. Edwardians are what we might think of as siblings to Victorians–or, with an eye toward … Continue reading The Front Steps Guide To San Francisco Edwardians
Say what you like about Pacific Heights–few neighborhoods are as financially unattainable for the average SF buyer–but it really does conceal some profound treasures in its storehouse. Case in point, 2250 Jackson Street, a looker that just listed with Coldwell Banker for the deeply Pac Heights price of $8.5 million. Per the ad: “Originally built … Continue reading Redesigned Pac Heights Looker Asks $8.5 Million
Great news for bargain hunters: There’s a 130-plus year old West Oakland Victorian that’s yours to own for the low, low price of zero dollars. The only catch is: You’ve got to come pick it up–literally. Riaz Capitol, the current owners of a three bed, 1.5 bath, nearly 1,150-square-foot Vic at 2420 Chestnut, are telling … Continue reading This Oakland House Is Free
It’s not often I have to post things twice, but to my amazement this wonderful property is still available…. This turn of the century Top Floor two plus bedroom, two bathroom, south facing Victorian Condominium checks all the boxes in the most ideal Upper Haight/Ashbury location. Entering from street level, you’ll be drawn in by … Continue reading Still Available! Top Floor 2+ Bedroom Victorian In A+++ Location
It’s a grand scale, late 1800s top floor Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco, and it could be yours, or it could be your friends. With approximately 1692 square feet of living space, hardwood floors, formal living room, formal dining room, ~12 foot high ceilings, updated … Continue reading Swoon Factor High On This Haight-Ashbury Victorian | $1,995,000
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 … Continue reading 844 Haight Street | Hayes Valley | $1,295,000
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 … Continue reading SOLD | 179 Carl | Cole Valley Victorian | $3,200,000
Not to be outdone by any of the fixers clinching the top spot on a few of our previous top 10 Overbids — 1078-80 York, a two unit in San Francisco’s hot, hotter, hottest Inner Mission District, just closed for only $320,000 over ask. (People around the world scratching their heads thinking, “Is this guy … Continue reading Inner Mission Victorian Fixer Sells $320,000 Over List | In Knoxville That Buys You This…
I’m pleased to say, I have successfully represented the sellers in the sale of their wonderful property at 1793 Sanchez. In the end the road was a little longer than we expected, but we got there. Congratulations to my clients, and the buyers who are incredibly thrilled they were able to beat out seven others … Continue reading SOLD | $2,257,000 | 1793 Sanchez, Noe Valley / Glen Park Victorian
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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.