Sixteen properties were reported as sold in the MLS for more than $5M in San Francisco in 2010. (Though there are a fair amount of homes which sell off market in the upper price ranges.) Here’s a look at the most expensive ones listed in the MLS:
1. 2342 Broadway
List price: $14M
Renovated to take advantage of the Bay, Alcatraz and Golden Gate Bridge views, 2342 Broadway is a 4BR/6BA home with a spa, gardens, terraces and loggia for outdoor entertaining. It’s situated right near the most prestigious schools in the city.
2. 2935 Pacific
List price: $12.9M
This 8BR/7BA home was under development for almost a decade, and was on the market for 278 days before it sold. Included are a family apartment, elevator, and 2500-square foot roof terrace with outdoor kitchen and hot tub/shower. 2935 Pacific features a facade composed of French limestone. The buyer paid cash for the property.
3. 2939 Vallejo
List price: $8.5M
2939 Vallejo went on the market in September and was pending by mid November. The 4BR/5.5BA home was sold together with the lot at 2921 Vallejo. (Price for the lot was listed at $2,250,000.) The cul-de-sac location bordering the Presidio and Lyon Street steps is prime, and the same family had resided there since 1981.
4. 2830 Pacific
List price: $9,995,000
2830 Pacific was the site of the 2009 Decorator Showcase, and boasts 7BRs/6BAs, a ballroom, pent room with terrace on all four sides, and Golden Gate Bridge views. The sellers provided a lease with the option to buy.
5. 2831 Divisadero
List price: $8.5M
2831 Divisadero was technically not the fifth biggest sale of the year. That honor actually goes to 2350 Broadway, which was sold off market for $7.8M. But the Divisadero property was right up there in price. Newly constructed in 1992, the home has 5BRs/5BAs across four levels and bedroom suites with Bay/Alcatraz/Bridge views. There’s also a home theatre and elevator to all levels.
A few off-market sales were found at:
2600 Pacific $15.5M
2786 Broadway $12,759,000
3311 Pacific $11.7M