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TIC studio across from the Panhandle in a 1905 mansion asks $375K

Located directly across from the Panhandle Park, 1932 Fell Street is a 1905 mansion turned 11-unit TIC development. One of the smallest of these units has recently come to market asking $375,000. The studio’s most [Read entire story]

Will a new listing bring a tiny S.F. enclave into the $5-million-plus club?

Back in 2014, 91 Commonwealth Avenue in Jordan Park sold for $4,962,000. The five-bedroom, 4.5-bath 1915 home remains the highest sale ever recorded in the small enclave tucked away between Geary and California streets, [Read entire story]

Check out the S.F. landmarks in the bathrooms of this $5.85M Willis Polk Tudor

In 1893, Willis Polk designed a grand Tudor Revival home on top of Pacific Heights. At the time, the famed architect was at the beginning of his lauded local career. He would go on to create many other gorgeous [Read entire story]

‘Fairy tale’ Haight-Ashbury cottage with private front yard asks $849K

The 50th anniversary of the summer of love may be behind us, but we’re betting many buyers will still fall head over heels for this “Alice in Wonderland cottage” in the Haight. “Alice had to fall [Read entire story]

‘Fairy tale’ Haight-Ashbury cottage with private front yard asks $849K

The 50th anniversary of the summer of love may be behind us, but we’re betting many buyers will still fall head over heels for this “Alice in Wonderland cottage” in the Haight. “Alice had to fall [Read entire story]

Why the largest unit in the Light House on Dolores Park is back on the market

In the spring of 2016, 651 Dolores was the first of three town homes to sell in The Light House, a church turned residential building almost 10 years in the making across from Dolores Park. Now it is the first to return [Read entire story]

Russian Hill mansion with extravagant details and Moroccan-themed bar asks $7.25 million

It’s not every day that you see a San Francisco home with its own elevator. And it’s even less often that that elevator is bedecked with wallpaper, gold trim, a gold mirror, a stenciled painting of a [Read entire story]

Noe Valley Victorian sells for nearly $1 million over the asking price

Realtor Ken Eggers knew that his new Noe Valley listing would sell for over its asking price when he listed it at $2.295 million in mid-July. But even he did not foresee the four-bedroom, four-bath Victorian selling for [Read entire story]

$12.5-million ‘London Townehouse’-style Cow Hollow home finds a buyer

Just as the summer was kicking off, Pacific Union realtor Mary Toboni listed a four-story new-construction Cow Hollow home she described in the listing notes as “reminiscent of a London Townhouse.” [Read entire story]

The biggest factors standing between you and your next apartment

As more and more upper-income earners have decided to stay in the rental market rather than buy a home, the average income for accepted rental applicants has also increased, especially in San Francisco. The average [Read entire story]

SF home owned by popular syndicated comics writer asks $2 million

Back in the 1950s, George Lemont was a local celebrity, the writer and star of KRON’s long-running “Fireman Frank” children’s show. When the show ended in the 1960s, Lemont switched his focus to [Read entire story]

Three reasons people are willing to make the move from SF to Sacramento

Sacramento realtor Wes Blackwell hears the same story over and over again. Long-time Bay Area residents reach out to him because they are so fed up with the high cost of living here that they are setting their sights [Read entire story]

The best San Francisco neighborhoods to find a house under $1 million

While it may be hard for today’s home buyers to believe, just a few years ago it was very possible to buy a single-family home in San Francisco for under $1 million. In fact, according to a recent report from [Read entire story]

Owning a Bay Area beachfront home is possible, if you have a couple million to spend

As we come to the end of our so-called summer, people are packing up in droves to fit in one last beach vacation before the season ends. But what if every day was a beach vacation? With waterfront properties pulling a [Read entire story]

Three S.F. studios with style—all for under $500K

Yes, the median price for a home in San Francisco may be upwards of $1.4 million. But we did some digging and it turns out that if you are willing to sacrifice size, there are some stylish studios (on view in the [Read entire story]

Modern updates mix with 1890s charm in this $849K Alameda Victorian

Updated inside and out, 3250 Encinal Ave. is a charming 1890 Victorian just a few blocks away from the San Leandro Bay on Alameda Island. It is a little small at just under 1,300 square feet, but given that the home is [Read entire story]

You’ve got to see the before and afters of this stripped-to-the-studs SF ‘neo-Victorian’

From the outside, 228 Day Street looks much as it did when it was built way back in 1895 with plenty of gingerbread trim and other period details. But on the inside the Noe Valley home has been so completely changed it [Read entire story]

Adorable turn-of-the-century Oakland cottage asks $549K

Coming in at just over 1,000-square-feet, 1026 Pine Street in West Oakland fits a lot of turn-of-the-century charm into a compact cottage. With a small, fenced-in front yard and a cheery yellow and white paint job, the [Read entire story]

Rare Russian Hill mid-century modern with original details and panoramic bay views asks $3.5 million

Located only a block and a half from Ghirardelli Square, 836 Bay St. stands apart from the Victorians, Edwardians, 1920s-era apartment buildings and Mediterranean Marina-style homes that make up most of the housing in [Read entire story]

Climbing wall, solarium dining room among the unique touches in this $1.6-million Noe home

If you become the new owner of 437 Valley Street in Noe Valley, you can probably go ahead and cancel your gym membership. Between the steep hills in the neighborhood, the three flights of stairs down to the backyard and [Read entire story]