Every month the top San Francisco real estate agents at Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, enjoy bringing you a recap about our sales, success stories, and the topics we covered in our blog, Real Estate Realities. 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 March, check out the overview below.
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Check out our March San Francisco real estate sales:
735 Geary Street #504, San Francisco. Built in 1922, 735 Geary Street #504 is a sunny top floor apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom. Conveniently located, this home includes in-unit laundry, and a leafy common garden featuring a koi pond and a barbecue area. You will love the 1920’s vintage details!
354 Crescent Avenue, San Francisco is single family home with two bonus apartments, one-car garage parking, and additional driveway parking located on Bernal Heights’ sunny southern slope. This building presents a hint of Art Deco influence on a traditional Edwardian exterior.
1326 28th Avenue, San Francisco is a three bedroom, one bathroom, single family home with two car tandem parking, a bonus ground floor bedroom and bathroom, and an extra deep, flat back garden. This Central Sunset District home has plentiful natural light, hardwood floors, and beautiful original woodwork.
462 Kansas Street, San Francisco is a two unit unit building with views of downtown San Francisco and Bay Bridge. Located in Potrero Hill, the unit features hardwood floors, a deck, and patio.
520 Chestnut Street #304, San Francisco. This light-filled upper floor contemporary condo is located in the heart of North Beach. One of its best features is a professional open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances and custom cabinetry.
1600 Treat Ave, San Francisco. Situated at the top of one of Bernal Heights’ most sought-after cul-de-sacs on the coveted North Slope, this handsome home offers two large bonus rooms and a bonus bathroom for enormous extensive opportunities.
1090 Page Street Unit #1, San Francisco. Located in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood, this home features a wood burning fireplace, beautiful dark hardwood floors, modern paint palette, one car deeded parking, and a shared garden.
555 4th Street Unit #624, San Francisco. Conveniently located in South Beach, This residence features a spacious floor-plan with plenty of natural light and balcony. The home has stunning walnut wood floors in the living area, and custom tile in the kitchen and bathroom.
1250 Washington Street, San Francisco is located in postcard-perfect Nob Hill. This condo exudes the romance and charm of a historic Edwardian building mixed with all the modern amenities you could want. Plus, the shared roof deck has jaw dropping views of the bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower and many landmark buildings.
Danielle Lazier and Associates San Francisco March Focus
In March, we announced some big news: Danielle Lazier won Number 2 Top Producer Status in the San Francisco Association of Realtors! Just last year, in 2017, Danielle Lazier’s 76 sales amounted to more than $114 Million. Click here to read more about Danielle Lazier’s recent achievements.
Another spotlight in March was our feature on the Haight Ashbury neighborhood. In this 94117 Spotlight: Top 10 Things to Do in the Haight Ashbury we dished about all of our fave, groovy activities in this vibrant neighborhood. From the hike up Buena Vista Park to the best thrift store finds, Danielle Lazier + Associates covered all the best things about the Haight Ashbury.
There are so many things to love about our city. In our post Relocating to San Francisco? Top 5 Tips from a Realtor we examined the five most important things to consider. San Francisco’s neighborhoods are little pockets of individual character, and they change at a very rapid pace. Relocating to San Francisco is a great decision, but there are a few things you should be sure you’re doing if you want the transition to go as smooth as possible! And we can help.
San Francisco Real Estate
Danielle Lazier and Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, have decades of combined experience. And if you’re looking to sell your home in San Francisco, we’re the best choice for helping you receive the best return on your real estate investment. Reach out to us today for a free consultation!