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Homes in most neighborhoods with a high percentage of gay residents are selling at higher premiums—but not in S.F.

Neighborhoods with a high-percentage of gay residents should be feeling a lot of pride this month—particularly in their housing prices. A survey compiled by Trulia, with help from OKCupid, shows that in most [Read entire story]

Price Point: $1.895 million in Berkeley

This shingled midcentury enjoys unobstructed vistas of the Berkeley Rose Garden and filtered glimpses of the bay. Wide-plank, pegged oak flooring spans the interior as a cathedral ceiling towers over the living room and [Read entire story]

Hot Property: Glen Park Midcentury gets a facelift

Mark Lopez of Guild Staging and Design replaced the hardwood floor, added a deck and removed bizarre lighting from the exterior. Cypress trees surround the lot, and a driveway stretches between the trees on its way to [Read entire story]

Multifamily Victorian open Sunday in Pacific Heights

This multifamily estate has a pair of three-bedroom dwellings with open floor plans, skylights and a combined 1,500 square feet of exterior space. The units have transparent wood-burning fireplaces, updated kitchens and [Read entire story]

South-facing two bedroom open Sunday in Noe Valley

A spacious, open floor plan maximizes every bit of this south-facing unit that’s awash in natural light. Located on the upper level, this listing features walnut stained flooring and expansive city views. Learn more at [Read entire story]

Ultra-contemporary new construction open Sunday in Oakland

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A decade of dedication: Muir Beach masterpiece takes 10 years to craft

Imagine waking up every day beside crashing ocean waves and panoramic views of the California coast. [...] a reality awaits for the future owner of 36 Starbuck Drive in Muir Beach, a recently completed masterpiece with [Read entire story]

Price Point: $1.899 million in Rincon Hill, San Francisco

Southern, western and northern panoramic views await beyond floor-to-ceiling windows in this condo built in 2008. The unit frames views of Twin Peaks, AT&T Park, South Beach Marina and the bay, while the material [Read entire story]

It’s raining cats in this Arizona cabin for feline lovers

A cabin in Arizona is built specifically with felines in mind. [Read entire story]

It’s Official, The Avenues Have Gone Bonkers…

San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids of the Week: Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 2658 40th Avenue 3/2.00/N/A 8 $895,000 $1,350,000 50.84% 833 Head Street [Read entire story]

Groovy geodesic dome in Lafayette listed for $889,000

This property offers the opportunity to live in an unusual home tucked away in a quiet rural corner of the Bay Area's suburban sprawl. [Read entire story]

Inside the most rebellious Victorian in Alamo Square

Skeeter Jones is a historical preservationist who doesn't necessarily believe that history always gets it right the first time. For this Victorian architecture expert, those candy-colored houses exploding with sunbursts [Read entire story]

Grand views in SF’s Cow Hollow neighborhood

Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. Grand views and sumptuous finishes are found on all four levels of this richly appointed [Read entire story]

7-bedroom Tudor showcases ‘warmth,stunning craftsmanship and character’

The landmark estate sits along Orinda Country Club, and Roaring ‘20s grandeur is on full display inside the charming Tudor. “It has been extensively updated and showcases incredible warmth, stunning craftsmanship [Read entire story]

San Francisco Real Estate Market Recap May / June 2017

The median sales price hit an all-time high for both single family houses and condo/loft/TIC’s in May. The incredibly tight supply coupled with strong demand pushed the prices up and the overbids as well. Single family [Read entire story]

For Sale | 707 Cole St. | Cole Valley | $2,495,000

This timelesssingle family home situated in one of the most desirable locations in all of San Francisco is a circa 1896 Victorian loaded with period details and charm, and updated for today’s standards. Just two [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]

What Tax Reform might mean for homeowners (sponsored)

The President's tax reform plan is already generating considerable discussions in the real estate industry, as well as pointed questions raised by homeowners about what it might mean for them. [Read entire story]

Most expensive home listed in San Francisco sells

A massive, newly built Pacific Heights mansion that became the most expensive home on the market in San Francisco when it was listed in April for a cool $40 million closed last week. [Read entire story]