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Just Sold: New Construction Condo in Lower Pacific Heights

Just Sold: New Construction Condo in Lower Pacific Heights

My clients just closed on a beautiful two-bedroom/two bath condo in The District at Bush and Divisadero. Their unit at 2655 Bush #421 has European style kitchens with Thermador built-in refrigerators, and Bosch stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone counters with glass backsplash, and in-unit laundry with Bosch washer and dryer.

I’ve been quite impressed with The District, as it offers all the amenities. Where some new condo buildings have limited or mechanical lift parking, residents at The District have wide, independent spaces in the underground garage. There’s also the “Sky Lounge” roof deck with fire pit and outdoor kitchen, a well-appointed fitness center, landscaped courtyard, owners lounge and attended lobby. (There’s even a bathroom on the first floor by the mailboxes, and another one just inside of the Sky Lounge. Good planning.)

#421 was listed for $1,365,000 and sold at asking.

Sutter Trio Searches for Buyers

For buyers looking to purchase a condo in Lower Pacific Heights, it’s possible to see three good possibilities on the Sutter corridor. I thought it would be fun to take a look at the trio that’s currently on the market: Continue Reading

Lower Pac Heights Queen Anne Gets Price Chop

Lower Pac Heights Queen Anne Gets Price Chop

The 6BR home at 1900 Pierce in Lower Pacific Heights just had a significant price reduction. It was $2,998,000 a month ago, but the sellers have just sweetened the deal with a new $2,595,000 list price. That’s a $403,000 savings!

The house has a great presence, with 4600 square feet across three levels. There are four bedrooms on the upper floor, which is nice. The kitchen could probably use a modern touch, but there’s a cute garden and two-car parking. Walk Score is 98. Somebody step up to the plate.

Condo Prices Hold Steady

Condo sales volumes were minimal in comparison to past first quarters, but again, prices held up. Areas such as Potrero Hill were given a boost by new construction buildings aimed at first-time home buyers. Once again, the mid-market selling range was king. Here’s a look at how some neighborhoods fared that cater to condo buyers: Continue Reading

Good Deal: Condo at The Sutterfield

Amidst all the new and shiny projects consistently coming on to the San Francisco market, it’s important not to overlook solid buildings like The Sutterfield. Built in 1993, the property is located on Sutter, between Franklin and Gough, and has all the amenities you’d need—a fitness room, sauna, security.

It’s also a good location for a deal: Unit #818, which I visited on my broker tour this week, is a very lovely 2BR/2BA with hardwood floors, a remodeled kitchen, storage, and nice city outlooks. Priced at $798,000 for about 1,000 sq feet, there’s room to move in the price. (The sellers paid $780,000 in July, 2007).

There are five other units available in The Sutterfield, ranging in price from $485,000-$979,000. They’ve all been on the market for a while.

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

DRE# 01352627

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