Every month top San Francisco real estate agents at Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, enjoy bringing you a recap of our sales, success stories, and the topics we covered in our blog. The SF real estate market has been hot for a long time, which means there is always something exciting going on. We love sharing this info with our clients! To see what we were up to in July, check out the overview below.
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Check out our July San Francisco real estate sales:
50 Manchester Street, San Francisco. Built in 1900, this multi-family home is located in the Bernal Heights neighborhood. The home features three bathrooms and beautiful details throughout.
3132 Balboa Street, San Francisco. Built in 1921, 3132 Balboa Street is a two bedroom, one bathroom single family home with one car parking and two bonus rooms down, including a full bath with a shower. This sunny Southern facing home is well-situated in the Richmond District’s Balboa Village. You’ll love this recently updated home for its practical layout, quality construction, and vintage details.
24 Montezuma Street, San Francisco. 24-24A Montezuma Street is a north slope Bernal Heights Victorian duplex with attractive curb appeal, downtown city views, and a secluded backyard. The top-floor one-bedroom unit, delivered vacant, has exclusive access to the tranquil garden, huge windows for tons of natural light, a remodeled bathroom, refinished hardwood floors, new light fixtures and countertops, and fresh paint.
180 Diamond Street, San Francisco. Built in 1975, 1801 Diamond Street is a remodeled, three bedroom, two and a half bathroom single family home with two car parking. This spacious home welcomes you with a charming front courtyard and contemporary styling. You’ll love the Noe Valley location, practical layout and amenities, and expansive views.
914 Stanyan Street, San Francisco. Built in 1906, 914 Stanyan Street is a two bedroom, two full bathroom condo with an expansive back garden and extra storage located in a three-unit Edwardian-style building in the heart of San Francisco’s desirable Cole Valley/Parnassus Heights neighborhood. You’ll love the home’s natural light, vintage details, and generously proportioned rooms.
746 Church Street, San Francisco. 46 Church Street at Cumberland is a bright two bedroom, one bathroom, top floor view condo in a renovated and well-maintained two-unit building with an incredible exclusive-use roof deck with panoramic views, an exclusive 2nd level deck, a shared garden, and one car garage with wall to wall built in storage and workspace with sink. Built in 1920, this home is located in the prime part of Dolores Heights overlooking Dolores Park and close to Mission Dolores, the Castro, Noe Valley and much more.
279-281 Andover Street, San Francisco. Enjoy living in the heart of Bernal Heights, steps from Cortland Avenue and Bernal Heights Park, in this 2-story duplex with 2-car garage parking. Mornings can be spent grabbing a Pinhole coffee and a Little Bee Bakery pastry, then stocking up on groceries at Good Life. Later, hike one of the many trails in Bernal Heights Park or play tennis and enjoy the views at Holly Park.
222 Winfield Street, San Francisco. It’s easy to imagine coming home to this adorable garden-level Victorian condo on Winfield Street, just a few blocks from the restaurants, bars, and shops on Cortland Avenue and Mission Street.
221 Clara Street. Apt. 10, San Francisco. Stunning, fully-remodeled, top-3rd-floor, three story penthouse loft with views on Salesforce Tower.
3858 Market Street, San Francisco. Rarely available, panoramic view residence on an extra-large lot! Located off of Market Street on the Argent turnaround and perched high on the hill, this classic home combines the charming elegance of the Edwardian period with all the modern amenities of today.
3655 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Three bedroom, one bathroom single family home conveniently located just north of Cortland Avenue between Eugenia and Powhattan in Bernal Heights. The home enjoys lovely arts and crafts details and character such as hardwood floors, high wainscoting, large windows, and built-ins.
72 Winfield Street, San Francisco. Built in 1952, 72 Winfield Street is a three bedroom, two bathroom single family home with one-car parking. This is the sweet spot of Bernal Heights, close to Cortland, the Mission, and the Esmeralda Street slides.
27 Cumberland Street, San Francisco. Exquisite top floor condominium on coveted Cumberland Street. Located on one of the most sought-after blocks in Mission Dolores, 27 Cumberland is an elegant top floor three bedroom, one and a half bath condo just half a block from iconic Dolores Park.
546 45th Street, San Francisco. High ceilings, original built-ins, and loads of spaces complement thoughtful upgrades. Gorgeous light fixtures combine period aesthetics with contemporary functionality.
108 Bronte Street, San Francisco. This three bedroom two bathrooms single family home sits a block from Cortland on a quiet cul-de-sac close to Barebottle Brewing Company, Bernal Village shopping corridor, and the Alemany Farmers Market. Lots of light and views make this a happy home.
45 Hancock Street #2, San Francisco. Block from Dolores Park on a quiet street, with stunning downtown views. Open floor plan, stainless appliances, hardwood floors, fireplace, elevator directly to garage, in-unit W/D, lots of storage and a private oasis in back deeded to this unit with over $50k in upgrades included in the sale.
Danielle Lazier + Associates San Francisco July Focus
In July, we wrote an article with the 10 best parks in San Francisco to have some fun this summer. Check it out, and learn where to better spend your stay-cations.
Another spotlight in July was our feature on San Francisco Condo Lottery. Have you ever wondered how it works, or why condo conversion is regulated? This is your chance to get all your answers in one easy-to-read article.
If you are like most home buyers, you have been thinking whether fire and earthquake insurance in San Francisco is a good idea or not. We put this article together with all the pros and cons for you to make the best decision for yourself.
San Francisco Real Estate
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