Washington Street in Pacific and Presidio Heights was the site of the most expensive house and unit sales in March, as of this writing. I thought I’d take you through each property so you could get a sense for pricing in the luxury market these days in San Francisco.
3659 Washington was on the market for 27 days when it went into contract with its $7M list price:
The single-family house has 5BR/4.5BAs, 6,000+ square feet and kitchen/family room that opens directly to the garden. The “green” home has solar electric service, solar-assisted hot water, and has also undergone a massive seismic upgrade including a new foundation. Selling price: $6,650,000.
Just up the street at 2000 Washington, the most expensive unit sale of the month took place:
2000 Washington #5 is a 3BR/4.5BA coop in a seven-unit building situated at a Pacific Heights crest. That means there are views galore, as you can tell from the room above that is also filled with a sectional couch. The apartment was built in 1922 by noted architect C.A. Muesdorffer. Initially listed in late 2010, the unit was last listed at $6.8M and sold this month for $5,850,000. Monthly dues for #5 are $4,043.
#5’s neighbor at 2000 Washington #6 is currently on the market for $12M.