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How’s The Market In: Hayes Valley

How’s The Market In: Hayes Valley

For urban dwellers who want to be right in the middle of everything, Hayes Valley has an awful lot to offer. It’s one of the go-to neighborhoods I recommend when meeting with new buyer clients who tell me they need to be in close proximity to public transportation, restaurants, services, and parks. Continue Reading

Hayes Valley 3BR/1.5BA for under $1.2M

Hayes Valley 3BR/1.5BA for under $1.2M

The classic Victorian over at 847 Oak features almost 3,000 square feet of living space and three levels. My favorite room is the French Country kitchen, which involves a handmade tile backsplash, built-in breakfast bar and honed granite countertops. The door from the kitchen leads out to a deck and peaceful garden patio. There are three good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, with the master bedroom located at the rear of the property. And let’s not forget the two fireplaces, or the bonus room on the garage level. Continue Reading

New Owners Remodel a Remodel in Noe Valley

New Owners Remodel a Remodel in Noe Valley

What’s the first thing you do after you buy a $2.4M house in Noe Valley for all cash? Why, remodel, of course!

The sale recently closed on this newly renovated, 5BR/5.5BA, 3200 square foot home at 313 Duncan Street, but contractors are again pulling up to the driveway. The new owners have applied for permits to replace the kitchen cabinets and remodel the master suite, according to the Building Department’s online files.
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Mission House Gets Modern Price

Purchased in July 2005 for $1.1M, 2707 21st Street at York enters the market this week with a fresh, modern list price of $1,175,000.

Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open floor plan, three-car tandem parking and great Victorian curb appeal, the property offers nice space for those who need more than two bedrooms. But will the few buyers with the means to purchase a $1.2M house in the current market elect to spend their money in the outskirts of The Mission? And of course, the unfortunate factor is that short sales and foreclosures have had an impact on the Mission, cutting into property appreciation.

The Hippie House for $1,950,000

The Hippie House for $1,950,000

I stopped at 908 Steiner in Alamo Square on my broker tour today. The property was built for a family in 1888 and ultimately became a halfway house in the postwar years—giving way to a hippie enclave in the ’60s and ’70s. The current owners have preserved murals and original artwork from the hippie years, visible in some of the three-story Victorian’s many rooms. Continue Reading

Rocky Reduction on Dolores

Rocky Reduction on Dolores

Billed as a “Romanesque Victorian,” 1507 Dolores at 28th is a 3BR/3BA with a family room on the garage level.

The property hit the market back in December 2005 at $1,325,000, was withdrawn for the holidays and the current owners purchased it for $1,310,000 in early 2006. Most recently, 1507 Dolores came on earlier this month at $1,350,000, only to reduce the price late last week to $1,295,000. That $55,000 discount should give you a head start on the faux stone removal, don’t you think?

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

DRE# 01352627

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