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Flippers Push Prices Past $1M in Crocker Amazon

Crocker Amazon is one of the few neighborhoods in San Francisco where you can buy a home for under a million dollars. Not as well known as its Excelsior or Bayview counterparts, Crocker Amazon seems to be gaining in popularity—and price. Two recently renovated properties just hit the market that promise to further cement what’s becoming a higher price threshold for the area.

The average single-family home in Crocker Amazon now costs $849,000, and two three-bedroom homes sold in the past few months for $1,125,000 and $1,135,000. A majority of recent sales were in the $800,000s, with a handful in the $900,000s. This is a big jump up from 2014, when only one four-bedroom house on Winding Way sold for just above $1,000,000, and homes were selling for a $735,000 average. Continue Reading

North Beach Edwardian Villa Closes Escrow for $820,000 Under Asking

North Beach Edwardian Villa Closes Escrow for $820,000 Under Asking

First listed in October 2008 for $3,995,000, the 5BR/4BA, 3,550-square foot Edwardian at 643 Greenwich in North Beach closed escrow last week in an all-cash transaction with a selling price of $3,175,000.

The property was widely discussed in the blogosphere last year, noting that the building was remodeled in 2001 and then again in 2006. The latter renovation was when the two-story vertical addition took place. The finished product features four levels and Bay/Golden Gate Bridge views.

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