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The Bay Area’s cutest compound—with glass atrium and crafting room—asks $2.65 million

Usually when we hear the word “compound,” images of “Keep Out” signs and survivalist mentalities come to mind. But that is certainly not the case in Corte Madera, where 206 Baltimore Avenue is [Read entire story]

1890s lodge on 2.6 wooded acres in Mill Valley asks $9.5 million

For only the second time in its 125-year history, Mill Valley’s Redwood Lodge and the two-plus acres it sits on, is up for sale. The home was originally purchased from the Tamalpais Land and Water Company in 1890 [Read entire story]

Japanese tea house with a pool in Piedmont asks $2.4 million

If your favorite Golden Gate Park attraction is the Japanese Tea House, you have got to check out 19 Sotelo Avenue in Piedmont. Not only is the custom-build 1972 home itself reminiscent of a traditional tea house, it [Read entire story]

This $1.79-million castle in the Santa Cruz mountains has a secret bar and theater

The castle-like exterior of 11025 Alba Road may look like it belongs in the mountains outside a quaint French village circa 1680, but it is in fact located in the mountains outside the quaint Santa Cruz village of Ben [Read entire story]

This $1.79-million castle in the Santa Cruz mountains has a secret bar and theater

The castle-like exterior of 11025 Alba Road may look like it belongs in the mountains outside a quaint French village circa 1680, but it is in fact located in the mountains outside the quaint Santa Cruz village of Ben [Read entire story]

Tech mogul’s over-the-top $8.95-million Silicon Valley estate complete with indoor pool

Back in the early 1990s, tech entrepreneur David Lam bought a flat acre of property in Saratoga right off Fruitvale Avenue. It took him until 2004, but he eventually built an enormous seven-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom main [Read entire story]

‘Storybook’ four-bedroom Tudor in historic neighborhood asks $1.549 million

San Jose’s historic Shasta-Hanchett Park neighborhood was largely developed between 1915 and 1930 and showcases a mix of period architectural styles. According to The Neighborhoods of San Jose, residents buying [Read entire story]

Epic $8.4-million Santa Cruz cliff house has floating glass office with panoramic bay views

It took six years to design and build 4330 Opal Cliff Dr., a four-bedroom, four-bath home overlooking the Monterey Bay at the edge of Santa Cruz, just outside Capitola. The Matson Britton-imagined mansion is “an [Read entire story]

Super-cute cottage with bonus ‘yoga room’ tucked away near Laurel Village asks $1.295 million

Just off off of busy Geary Boulevard, little Wood Street is only one block long and filled with mostly mid-century homes and low-rise apartment buildings. But at the very beginning of the block, right next to the [Read entire story]

Martinez bungalow with marine views, backyard waterfall asks $455K

Full of charm inside and enchanting touches outside, 635 Miller Ave in Martinez seems like a steal at an asking price of $455,000. The two-bedroom, one-bath even has expansion potential, given its extra-large lot and [Read entire story]

Imagine the acoustics in this turreted master bath in Noe Valley

For those who like nothing more than belting out a few tunes in the shower, have we got a master bath for you. A few blocks from all the action on 24th Street, 387 Fair Oaks Street is a completely redone Victorian with a [Read entire story]

Felt walls, foldaway bathroom doors among the atypical touches in two connected Nob Hill homes

In 1998, a European couple purchased a run-down Nob Hill home in a little alleyway off Washington Street as a pied a tier. They spent two years giving the 1906 Swiss-chalet style house a complete remodel that matched [Read entire story]

This Mission condo is only $349,000

Coming to market at a mere $349,000, Unit 16 at 3321 17th St. would be an outlier anywhere in the city, but especially in the super-popular, ever-gentrifying Mission District. But the tiny price tag comes with an even [Read entire story]

The least expensive unit in San Francisco is also the tiniest at 291 square feet

Coming in at only 291 square feet, unit No. 406 at 195 Seventh St. is the smallest condo currently for sale at market rate in San Francisco. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is also the least expensive, with an asking price [Read entire story]

The Bay Area neighborhoods with the highest number of dispensaries are…

Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park might be the Bay Area epicenter of today’s 4/20 celebrations, but the Haight does not actually have the most dispensaries in San Francisco. In fact, that title goes to SOMA, where [Read entire story]

Grand Buena Vista mansion—with a ballroom—finally sells after millions in price cuts

Some lucky buyer must be lacing up their dancing shoes. After first coming to market in February 2016 at $7,495,000, 17 Buena Vista—a grand 6,000-square-foot mansion with a basement ballroom—is finally in contract. [Read entire story]

Former tennis pro asking $3.495 million for historic Potrero pool home

In the late 19th century, when Potrero Hill was just starting to be developed, a dairy farmer name Charles Dow built one of the first homes in the area at what is now Wisconsin and 20th street. “There were nothing [Read entire story]

Homes prices in more affordable S.F. neighborhoods continue to rise, as luxury sales slump

Reports of a slowdown in the San Francisco housing market are greatly exaggerated, at least according to a new report from Paragon Real Estate. While the real-estate group admits that there has been a lull at the highest [Read entire story]

Registered landmark Queen Anne with gorgeous period touches—including a basement ballroom—asks $5.195 million

For fans of Victorian architecture, 294 Page Street is nothing short of a must-see. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bath historic landmark home has all the bells and whistles of the era: stained glass, high ceilings, built-ins, [Read entire story]

Charm, space, fruit trees and a fountain—all for under $1 million—in the Sunset

Unfortunately, $1 million doesn’t go very far in much of San Francisco, even with an expected softening in the market. But where there’s fog there can be bargains and 1531 25th Avenue may just be one of them. [Read entire story]