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 September, check out the overview below.
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Check out our September 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.
24 Montezuma Street, San Francisco. 24-24A Montezuma Street is a northslope 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.
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.
579 Anderson Street, San Francisco. Welcome to 579 Anderson Street, a contemporary three-bedroom, three and one-half bathroom single family home in the heart of Bernal Heights’ sunny southern slope close to the Cortland Corridor. You’ll love this home for its exquisite remodel, attention to detail, three outdoor spaces, and superb location.
489-495 Utah Street, San Francisco. Built in 1904, fully remodeled in 2018, and located in the micro-neighborhood on the hill between the Mission and Potrero Hill, this luxurious building combines graceful Edwardian proportions with flawless contemporary fixtures and finishes. Pride of craft and attention to detail abounds.
3215 Harrison Street, San Francisco. Built in 1913, 3215 Harrison Street is a picturesque Bernal Heights single family home on the north slope near Precita Park offering two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an enchanting side garden, and one car garage. With endearing “Farmhouse-style” curb appeal, views, a chicly updated kitchen, and a smart floor plan, this home has that charming yet sophisticated feel you will love.
1801 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.
488 Anderson Street, San Francisco. Built in 1926, is a two bedroom, one bathroom single family home with one-car parking plus three first floor bonus rooms and 1.5 bonus baths all located in the heart of beautiful Bernal Heights, just south of the Cortland corridor.
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.
5900 3rd Street #2312, San Francisco. Built in 2010, 5900 3rd Street #2312 is a one bedroom, one bathroom condo with one car parking, a peaceful courtyard view, and ample street parking for guests. Located in the Bayview District at 5800-5900 3rd Street, this well-constructed home gets plenty of light and offers courtyard garden views from all windows.
661 Peralta Avenue #4, San Francisco. A one bedroom, one bathroom Bernal Heights TIC flat with one-car parking and panoramic views of the Bay from downtown Oakland to Mt. Diablo. You will love the desirable North Slope location, with its easy access to Bernal Hill and its gorgeous views.
Danielle Lazier + Associates San Francisco September Focus
During the month of September, we did a neighborhood spotlights series of three different places in San Francisco you’d love to live in. We’re talking about Asbury Heights, Cole Valley, and the upgrades being done to Civic Center. Interested in any of these neighborhoods? Don’t lose time, and check them out now.
Do you know what a TIC is? Have you been wondering how you can create one in San Francisco? Our team of experts created an article with all the risks and rewards of a Tenancy in Common. We even put together some tips on how to sell it once you’re ready to move forward.
If you’re like some of San Francisco’s work-from-home population, you’ve probably been stuck with your office space – or lack of it. As we understand the importance of creating a place just for your work, we have these 5 tips to perfect your home office workspace.
San Francisco Real Estate
Danielle Lazier + 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!