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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]

Darling Half Moon Bay beach cottage with separate artist studio and chicken coop for $899K

Located just a few blocks from the beach, 508 Myrtle Street in Half Moon Bay is an idyllic spot for homesteaders looking to live off the land, but not leave civilization behind completely. The two-bedroom, one-bath [Read entire story]

Three-house Cow Hollow compound—in the same family for over a century—asks $12 million

Presented as a wedding gift from James Stewart Angus to his daughter Betsy in 1908, the 63-foot by 137-foot parcel at Filbert and Divisadero has remained in the same family for generations. For the first time, it is now [Read entire story]

These San Francisco neighborhoods will see price drops soon, according to Zillow

The long-running seller's market in San Francisco may finally be coming to an end—especially in certain neighborhoods—according to data from Zillow, which is predicting a half-percent drop overall in the city within [Read entire story]

Zillow predicts 2017 price decreases in these SF neighborhoods

The long-running sellers market in San Francisco may finally be coming to an end—especially in certain neighborhoods—according to data from Zillow, which is predicting a half-percent drop overall in the city within [Read entire story]

Glass elevator adds flair to $7.3-million Victorian overhaul on Alamo Square

Located directly across the street from Alamo Square, 1164 Fulton Street fits right in with its Victorian and Edwardian neighbors. Its exterior is classic San Francisco. But step inside the completely remodeled 1889 [Read entire story]

Edwardian near Lake Street with top-to-bottom designer finishes asks $3.95 million

Between the burlap wallpaper in the foyer, the antiqued mirror-covered Corinthian columns in the large living room, and the intricate tile work in the master bath, you would be forgiven for thinking that 124 21st Avenue [Read entire story]

Dueling $25-million Woodside estates come to market within days of each other

Woodside is known for its high-end estates, and now not one but two properties asking roughly $25 million a piece have come to market in the exclusive community to tempt ultra-high end buyers. Getting a bit of a jump on [Read entire story]

Two Oakland homes for just one dollar—with one very large caveat

You’ve heard of two for one deals. Maybe even two for $1 deals. But we’re betting you’ve never heard either of those bargains applied to Bay Area real estate. But that’s exactly the deal on offer, [Read entire story]

Former Noe Valley firehouse back on the market—with a million-dollar price cut

We first told you about the converted firehouse for sale in Noe Valley all the way back in 2015, when the 1909 building with a 2007 top-to-bottom remodel came to market asking just under $7 million. By the end of that [Read entire story]

Donald Olsen-designed custom-build with lap pool and Mt. Tam views asks $4.35 million

Donald Olsen, arguably the Bay Area’s most famous modernist architect to embrace the “International Style,” only designed about 5o homes in his 50-plus-year career. Many are in the East Bay, where he [Read entire story]

Presidio Heights mansion finally sells after 10 months on the market and $1.5-million in price cuts

When 201 Locust Street in Presidio Heights first came to market in May 2016, we raved about the “1915 mansion’s columned portico entrance, its grand foyer and imperial staircase, and its fabulous architectural [Read entire story]

Two-car parking, original 1920s details all for $688K in Crocker-Amazon

It’s hard to find two-car parking in homes at any price point in the city, which is why 329 Chicago Way in Crocker-Amazon caught our attention. The bungalow is only 950 square feet, but it’s all on one level, [Read entire story]

Built-in trampoline in the backyard of this custom $4.3-million Noe rebuild

When 455 27th St. in Noe Valley was sold for just under $1 million in 2005, it looked very similar to the way it did when it was first constructed in 1926, with period moldings, a brick fireplace and a charming original [Read entire story]