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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]

Designer Profile: Lights and fabrics to brighten your home this spring

Designer Suzanne Tucker, co-founder of San Francisco’s Tucker & Marks Design, recently launched new designs and finishes to her outdoor furniture line. The weatherproof finishes are dyed to mimic the random color [Read entire story]

Palatial playground surroundedby vineyard views in Ukiah

[...] a distance from the city keeps the region private, yet accessible to Bay Area residents searching for a low-key hideaway. The Ukiah Municipal Airport is a few minutes away, offering executive aircraft a convenient [Read entire story]

I’m Seeing Green | Maximum Overbids Of The Week

It’s that lucky green grass… San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids Week Ending 3/17/17 Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 2259 44th Avenue [Read entire story]

Sound Off: Some pros and cons of contingencies

Buyers are doing all sorts of things to acquire houses beyond writing the heartfelt “pick me” letter. In some cases, buyers will waive certain contingencies that are commonly included in an offer. There are various [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]

Natural light infuses modern masterpiece in Upper Rockridge

Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. The living room in the two-story Contemporary has a 20-foot ceiling, clerestory windows and a [Read entire story]

Bathroom is the only ‘livable’ space in this half-million-dollar Rockridge teardown

The Oakland enclave's surging popularity and prices explains why the $495,000 teardown at 383 60th St. is a hot commodity—even though everything is dilapidated except the bathroom. [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]

Pot-grow paradise? Oregon town selling for $3.85 million

In San Francisco, $3.85 million can get you a pretty nice house in a nice neighborhood, but in rural Oregon you can go big and buy yourself an entire riverfront town. [Read entire story]

Pot-grow paradise? Oregon town selling for $3.85 million

In San Francisco, $3.85 million can get you a pretty nice house in a nice neighborhood, but in rural Oregon you can go big and buy yourself an entire riverfront town. [Read entire story]

Reimagined Queen Anne Victorian overlooks Alamo Square

Jensen Architects and DrömHus General Contractors reimagined this Victorian overlooking Alamo Square Park into a majestic 16-room mansion that defines modern luxury living. Light wells, floor-to-ceiling windows and [Read entire story]

New Water Conservation Law could affect Bay Area sellers (sponsored)

New Water Conservation Law could affect Bay Area sellersCalifornia's fluctuating water supply and accompanying regulations have become a fact of life throughout the state and in the Bay Area. A state law went into effect [Read entire story]

Moving To San Francisco | Things You Should Know | Infographic

A city known for its moderate weather, steep hills, and sweeping bay views, San Francisco is a small city (by land size…only 7X7 miles and flanked by water on three sides) jam packed with culture and coolness. If [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]

San Francisco Real Estate Market Report, March 2017

The San Francisco real estate market continues to experience strong buyer demand and an exceptionally low number of homes and condos for sale. The strong demand is supported by a clean sweep of positive economic [Read entire story]

San Francisco Real Estate Market Report, March 2017

The San Francisco real estate market continues to experience strong buyer demand and an exceptionally low number of homes and condos for sale. The strong demand is supported by a clean sweep of positive economic [Read entire story]

Mill Valley modernized mid-century is an upscale treehouse

Built in 1964, the property at 146 Hazel Ave. retains mid-century modern features, but its 2005 remodel adds a lot to the home — particularly a lot of light. The tall ceilings, from which windows drop clear to [Read entire story]

Hot Property: Modern flair permeates Presidio Heights Midcentury

The home offers three living levels, as well as a garage with interior access and a small storage area. Inside, all levels are linked by an architectural staircase with floating tread and glass railing. Completed in [Read entire story]

Hot Property: Modern flair permeates Presidio Heights Midcentury

The home offers three living levels, as well as a garage with interior access and a small storage area. Inside, all levels are linked by an architectural staircase with floating tread and glass railing. Completed in [Read entire story]