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Preserved Queen Anne on the market for $4.575 million in Noe Valley explodes with color inside

Built in 1895, The Henning Thode House, designed by Henry Geilfuss, offers an incredibly preserved Queen Anne Victorian rich in history. And it could now be yours to make the next chapter, if you have a spare$4.575 [Read entire story]

Preserved Queen Anne on the market for $4.575 million in Noe Valley explodes with color inside

Built in 1895, The Henning Thode House, designed by Henry Geilfuss, offers an incredibly preserved Queen Anne Victorian rich in history. And it could now be yours to make the next chapter, if you have a spare$4.575 [Read entire story]

San Rafael charmer with picturesque front porch hits market at under a million

This charming 1926 home is vintage San Rafael, with its perfect front porch outside, its gleaming hardwood floors inside, and its period feel throughout. Along with all the old-world charm, 17 Hart Street has updates in [Read entire story]

Sweet 1907 Berkeley bungalow with secret garden lists for $725,000

Last week, we had a sighting of a strangely affordable home in San Francisco. Now, we find one in Berkeley. Here is 1612 Stuart Street, a two-bedroom, one-bath bungalow circa 1907. Charming period details abound in its [Read entire story]

Lafayette compound: Own it all or just a piece of over-the-top luxe

Together as one property, this opulent Lafayette estate offers three parcels: a 3.6-acre lot with a mega-mansion and guest cottage; a 3.2-acre lot with a home and tennis, basketball and bocce courts; and a flat .98 acre [Read entire story]

Rare find: Cute single-family SF home for under $800,000

As rare as an unticketed car parked at an expired meter in San Francisco is an attractive single-family home for under $1 million. Even in Visitacion Valley, where 275 Teddy Ave. is located, the median list price in the [Read entire story]

Mini artist compound in Carmel offers enticing vacation home potential

Calling 37763 Palo Colorado Rd. a “compound” may be an overstatement, but then again maybe not. The property offers four acres in Carmel-by-the-Sea, a private forest of redwood and oak trees, without a [Read entire story]

Mid-century modern in San Mateo looks the way it did when it was built in the 1950s

This immaculate, carefully preserved mid-century modern has had only one owner since it was built in 1956 in San Mateo’s Sunset Terrace. It’s one of 12 homes in the neighborhood known as a [Read entire story]

Idyllic Sea Ranch abode could (still) be yours for $2.7 million

The quiet community of Sea Ranch on California’s north coast offers many different styles of home, but none will compete with the beauty of the natural environment, with the ocean and gnarled trees bent in angles [Read entire story]

Infamous De Guine estate finally sells at dramatic discount

We’ve visited and revisited the De Guigne estate over the years, watching its drama unfold. Now, finally, the 16,000-square-foot mansion in Hillsborough has sold for $29.85 million, and at such a dramatic discount [Read entire story]

Time warp: Alameda home hasn’t been touched since it was built in 1971

People old enough to remember the 1970s will recognize immediately the vibe of that decade in 39 Maitland Dr. Built in 1971, this three-bedroom, two-bath home hasn’t been touched, nor sold, since. Inside, every [Read entire story]

Carmel Valley home listed for $1.6 million comes with its own dairy farm potential

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Fire damaged Seacliff fixer-upper manse lists for $3M

Dubiously famed for being crashed into and set on fire, 182 32nd Ave. is on the market, asking $2.95 million. The 2016 accident, which killed the driver of the car, also caused serious damage to the home. Now, according [Read entire story]

Perfectly preserved Piedmont Pines home hits market for first time — at under $1M

Resting on over half an acre of forested land, 5845 Scarborough Dr. in the Piedmont Pines of Oakland offers respite suspended in time– specifically, the early 1960s. This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home was [Read entire story]

Custom mid-century in Atherton seems to float over redwood setting

The 1952 mid-century home at 147 Almendral Ave. is  set upon (and seemingly hovering over) an acre-sized, redwood-forested lot in Atherton. Such serenity belies its proximity to the Silicon Valley; other draws of this [Read entire story]

SF rents down again year-over-year. Here’s what your money buys now

SF made news recently, refreshingly, for rents going down year-over-year, as rare a sentence to type as it is to read. According to Zumper, that year-over-year decrease has happened again. Different data say different [Read entire story]

Sweet Orinda home goes pending in 8 days

Charmed by a 1948 built, beautifully kept three-bedroom, two-bath within walking distance of downtown Orinda? Not yet? What if we told you the property, which includes the home itself (just shy of 2,000 square feet) and [Read entire story]

Berkeley’s Oaks Theatre hits the market at $4.25 million

Ever wanted to run an old fashioned movie theater? You could: Berkeley’s historic two-screen, 16,000-square-foot Oaks Theatre is for sale. Oaks Theatre, officially plotted as 1861-1877 Solano Avenue, has been empty [Read entire story]

Ocean, forest, country: 5 homes that bring the magnificent Bay Area outdoors indoors

With such varied topography and stunning vistas, the Bay Area offers many gorgeous options for building homes that take advantage of the outdoor beauty, incorporating that beauty into a home’s overall aesthetic. [Read entire story]

Two Eichlers hit Marin market at different price points: Which one would you buy?

The first home in the gallery above is 99 Pikes Peak, which although no year is listed on its MLS information page is at least old enough to have sold in 1974 for a mere $64,000. The property itself is similar to the [Read entire story]