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. We provide this update each month as a way to keep our readers well informed! The San Francisco real estate market shows no sign of slowing down, which means there is always something exciting going on. Interested to see what’s been in the works? Check out the May 2018 monthly recap below!
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Check out our May San Francisco real estate sales:
209 Montcalm Street, San Francisco s a remodeled three bedroom, two and a half bath luxury view home on Bernal’s coveted north slope. With two-car parking and a stellar location near both Bernal Heights Park and Precita Park, this single family home will wow you with great design and designer details.
451 Kansas Street #280, San Francisco. The Potrero is a mid-rise, boutique-style, luxury condo building located at 451 Kansas Street in the heart of Potrero Hill. This well-kept condo complex comes with an on-site gym with pilates and cardio equipment, beautiful courtyards, garage parking, and a roof deck with breathtaking views of downtown.
2101 Bryant Street #104, San Francisco is a two bedroom, two bathroom condo with one-car parking located in the Inner Mission in the original brick and timber portion of Union SF. Combining contemporary luxury, a dash of San Francisco history, and a gorgeous and expansive shared outdoor space, you’ll love the upgrades.
901 Bush Street #305, San Francisco. Located in an elegant Beaux Arts style building on the edge of Nob Hill and San Francisco’s downtown financial district, this one bedroom, one bathroom condo with available leased parking makes a perfect pied à terre or full time residence.
28-30 Bache Street, San Francisco. Located on a u-shaped residential street, off of Crescent Avenue, this multi family building enjoys low traffic and an excellent Bernal Heights location. Set high on its site, 28-30 Bache Street gets natural light all day and beautiful sun from multiple exposures.
685 Florida Street #2, San Francisco. Located in the Inner Mission, this unit is furnished with a formal foyer, spacious master suite with spa-like bath, two generous guest bedrooms, in-unit laundry, direct elevator access and locally sourced materials that do not compromise luxury.
3983 25th Street, San Francisco. Elegance prevails throughout this meticulously maintained condo in Noe Valley’s best location! Spacious with high ceilings, dramatic crown molding, and hardwood floors.
432 Collingwood Street, San Francisco. Located in Eureka Valley on the cusp of Noe Valley and Dolores Heights, surrounded by impressive homes, this property offers tremendous remodel and/or expansion potential.
5800 3rd Street #1420, San Francisco is a two bedroom, two bathroom top floor condo with one car parking and ample street parking for guests. Located in the Bayview District, this well-constructed home has an excellent floor plan and gets plenty of western-facing light.
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!
1570 12th Avenue, San Francisco, is a Tudor meets Craftsman style home in the desirable Inner Sunset. Combining traditional style, practical amenities, dramatic architectural features, and space to entertain indoors and out, this spacious property is a special offering. The house includes four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms plus a top level pent room with view deck.
150 Ripley Street, San Francisco. Soaring above San Francisco, this lovely view townhouse-style condo enjoys ample natural light and views from every level. Located in Bernal Heights and features include two private outdoor spaces
833 Rockdale Drive, San Francisco. Charming 1920’s home in Old Miraloma, detached with great light and views. Living room with period fireplace, formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen.
750 Van Ness Avenue #1106, San Francisco. Bright and cozy condo located in the heart of the Performing Arts District, Symphony Towers is located near the vibrant Hayes Valley, featuring the city’s finest restaurants and shops. Fantastic San Francisco city views from roof deck.
55 Otsego Avenue, San Francisco. Elegant 1920’s home with lovely period details and in-laid hardwood floors. Spacious and bright, the home is located in Mission Terrace and features lovely front & rear gardens.
Danielle Lazier and Associates San Francisco May Focus
During the month of May, we explored San Francisco real estate past and present. We chose one of our favorite neighborhoods — Noe Valley — and dug deep into the history of this tiny neighborhood and the impact it’s had on San Francisco real estate. With stately Victorian and Edwardian houses, and a slower pace, it feels more like a village than a part of the urban core, which is one of the reasons Noe Valley real estate is constantly in high demand. Learn more about this San Francisco hot spot in Noe Valley Real Estate: Facts for History Buffs.
As for San Francisco present, we examined the current trends in San Francisco real estate for 2018. The market shows continuous, steady, stable growth, and has done for the past four or five decades, and shows no signs of slowing down. It isn’t a bubble, it’s just a booming housing market. With the increased value from Silicon Valley, the prime location, and the beautiful oceanside climate, there are plenty of reasons why the San Francisco real estate market may never slow down.
Cole Valley is another favorite neighborhood of Danielle Lazier + Associates and its one that has consistently featured a booming housing market. This gorgeous little neighborhood borders Golden Gate Park. It’s much smaller than other neighborhoods, but if you’ve ever spent any time there then you know that it’s proud of a character that’s completely unique and distinctive. Learn more and discover 5 things to do in Cole Valley.
If you’re looking to sell your San Francisco home rather than to buy, we have some great tips on how to be an ideal seller. Whether you’re in Noe Valley, Cole Valley, or any one of San Francisco’s vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, these tips will help you receive the best return on your real estate investment.
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Danielle Lazier and Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, have decades of combined experience. And if you’re looking to buy or sell your home in San Francisco, we’re the best choice! We take a team approach with all our clients, so that you receive the best service and information from top San Francisco Realtors. Want to know more? Reach out to us today for a free consultation!