October 18, 2017

110 Liberty St, Eureka Valley - Dolores Heights


W.F. Smith (practiced in San Francisco 1878-1910) designed 1,405 square foot Stick style cottage built in 1886.

Last sold for $1.165 million in 2006. Market value is about $1.6 million.

Considered historically significant as part of the Liberty Hill Historic District.

The Liberty Street Historic District is comprised of forty acres containing fifty-one residences of historic significance.

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October 17, 2017

1406 Sanchez St, Noe Valley


1,325 square foot 2 bedroom 2 bath gently renovated Stick Victorian built around 1900.

Last sold for $1 million in 2011.

Market value is about $1.5 million.

BROKER BABBLE: Situated in a Prime Noe Valley location, this remodelled classic Stick Victorian has an updated floorplan for easy contemporary living.

Formal Living Room features wainscoting, built-ins and box-beam ceiling. The Kitchen features glass-fronted cabinets, lots of storage space.

Dining area that opens to a beautifully landscaped deck and private garden.

Brand new roof.

One car Garage.

Walk Score: 88

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October 16, 2017

2509 Pacific Ave, Pacific Heights


4,490 square foot Queen Anne Victorian built in 1899. Notable for the corner tower with a corbelling transition between the square corner base and the hexagonal shaft topped by a bell-domed hat.

The City of San Francisco Tax Assessor currently values this property at $185K. 2016-2017 property taxes are $2,180.

Market value is about $6.2 million.

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October 15, 2017

3214 Jackson St, Presidio Heights


4,370 square foot French Eclectic style (1915-1945) home built in 1932.

Market value is about $4.8 million.

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October 14, 2017

3216 Jackson St, Presidio Heights

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3,200 square foot 5 bedroom 3 bath First Bay Tradition style ** built around 1900. Last sold for $1.4 million in 1989. Market value is about $3.5 million.

The shapely bargeboard hints at a bit of Moorish influence.

**Transplants from the East Coast may think of these as Cape Cod style, and its popularity was due to those houses popping up in magazines at the time. Starchitect Willis Polk was the style’s most notable utilizer in San Francisco. Along with Julia Morgan and Bernard Maybeck, the style took its own San Francisco life with the First Bay Region Tradition (though that’s pushing the line on Victorian period and entering Edwardian territory). You can find these in Russian Hill and Presidio Heights, as well as the Oakland and Berkeley Hills. Features: cladding and roofing in continuous wood shingles, asymmetrical fa├žades, natural materials, large front porches, oversized arches on porches or entrances.

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October 13, 2017

788 Elizabeth St, Noe Valley


1,790 square foot Queen Anne Victorian built in 1892. NOTABLE FOR SPINDLES AND SPOKES, A DIAMOND-SHINGLED PEDIMENT, ELABORATE SCROLLS TOPPED OFF WITH A FAB FINIAL.

Last sold for $275K in 1991. Market value is about $2.4 million.

Whatever I was doing in 1991, it unfortunately did not involve buying San Francisco real estate.

No. 788 FORMS A GROUP with 782, 780, 792 Elizabeth St
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October 12, 2017

639 Diamond St, Noe Valley


1,160 square foot Italianate with a mansard topper and bisecting gable, built around 1900.

Last sold for $47.5K in 1976. Market value is about $1.5 million.


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October 11, 2017

823 Castro St, Eureka Valley - Dolores Heights

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2,100 square foot 4 bedroom 2 bath Queen Anne Victorian built around 1900. Last sold for $1.6 million in 2008. Market value is about $2.2 million.

County records indicate that this property was converted from a duplex into a single family home around 1993.

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BROKER BABBLE: Grand 4BR, 2BA Vict with Dwntwn Views from upper levels, Abundant light, Romantic Living Spaces.

Main lev has FLR with built-ins, Lrg FDR; both with Romanesque painted ceilings & wood burning frplcs, Spacious remodeled kitchen & brkfast rm with doors to sunny deck & landscaped garden with hottub, Full BA on this level.

2nd level has 4-BDRMS, full BA & French doors to spacious view deck.

Top attic level has 2 finished rms. Garden has romantic guest cottage with free-standing wood stove. ++ Attic storage with Ladder & In-Law Apartment.

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