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21 Days & Counting: Hot SF ‘Hoods

San Francisco inventory is typically snapped up within a week in popular neighborhoods. But it may come as a surprise to find that there are many properties that have been on the market for three or more weeks—and are still available.

For buyers who are tired of competing in multiple-offer situations, it’s time to revisit the listings that are taking offers as they come. Today we take a look at three homes in the hot neighborhoods of Bernal, West Portal and Cow Hollow that have been on the market for 21 days or longer: Continue Reading

Cow Hollow Condos Debut at Scott and Lombard

Cow Hollow Condos Debut at Scott and Lombard

During my broker tour this week, I visited the new 12-unit condo building at 3190 Scott Street at Lombard that just opened its doors. All the units are two bedrooms/two baths, and range in price from $899,000-$1,149,000. (There is one unit that has 2.5 baths.) All but one unit have some sort of outdoor space, whether it’s a patio overlooking Lombard Street or one that faces the rear of the property. Continue Reading

Cow Hollow Home Sells, Back on Market Less Than a Month Later

Cow Hollow Home Sells, Back on Market Less Than a Month Later

How much would it suck if you bought a house in Cow Hollow, were about to move in, and then found out you were being transferred out of state?

If you’re the current owners of 215 Moulton, you’re in this boat. They closed escrow on the property on February 26th for $1,540,000 .They’re now listing it again less than a month later at $1.6M. And no, they never even got a chance to move in. Continue Reading

Cow Hollow Hideaway Battles Low Curb Appeal

Cow Hollow Hideaway Battles Low Curb Appeal

14 Harris Place isn’t stunning to see from the curb, but the home has been featured in various design books in the past. Situated at the end of a small street off Laguna between Filbert and Greenwich, this 3BR/2.5BA home has a master suite on the third floor with partial views of Angel Island and Mount Tam.

There’s an open floor plan with a loft-like feel, and the living room has 17′ ceilings and looks out through walls of glass at a private garden with hot tub. The price tag for all this? $2,150,000. The property last sold in 1999 for $525,000.

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

DRE# 01352627

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