Each month, top San Francisco real estate agents at Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, bring you a recap about our focus and sales. We love showing our real estate listings and keeping you informed about the latest market developments. To see what we’ve been up to, read the following overview of our San Francisco real estate listings and sales, as well as a summary of other topics we covered in our blog.
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Check out our San Francisco real estate sales, and what we were up to in October:
14 Joy Street, San Francisco is a five bedroom, two bathroom semi-detached single family home w/ a family room, a separate office, a deck, & 2 lovely gardens located in sought-after Bernal Heights on the special Joy St steps. The main level of this home has an open plan living & dining room.
192 Downey Street, San Francisco is a two-bedroom, one and a quarter-split bathroom condo located in Ashbury Heights. Vintage details include hardwood floors, high ceilings, wide baseboards, and ornate architectural elements.
4121 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Built in 1947 and located in desirable Bernal Heights, this spacious home is both practical and comfortable. Enhanced with vintage and contemporary architectural details and fixtures.
154 Newman Street, San Francisco. Built in 1907, is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, fully detached single family home with a beautiful backyard and a stellar location just minutes from Bernal Heights’ Cortland corridor.
3854 19th Street, San Francisco. This four bedroom, three bath condo is located in Dolores Heights. The condo features parking and three decks, which are perfect for lounging and entertaining.
47 Edgemar Street, Daly City is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom single family home with a two-car tandem garage and a terraced garden in “Original” Daly City. Built in 1955 and located on a desirable cul-de-sac, this spacious home is both practical and comfortable.
166 Ellsworth Street, San Francisco.Snuggled into a magnolia tree-lined street north of Cortland Avenue in Bernal Heights, this updated home has a sun drenched backyard lined with flowering succulents and roses, offering unique architecture and space for growth.
155 Downey Street, San Francisco is a three bedroom, two full bathroom and two half-bathroom Craftsman-style single family home with garage parking for one car centrally located between the Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley neighborhoods in San Francisco’s desirable Ashbury Heights.
2912 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco is a special Russian Hill offering. Built in the early 1900s and extensively renovated in recent years, the residence consists of an upper unit that flows like a single family home plus a legal garden apartment, a flat yard, plenty of storage, and a spacious three-car garage.
211 Anderson Street, San Francisco, built in 1909, is a four bedroom, three bathroom single family Victorian home with tandem parking for one to two cars plus ample storage located in the heart of desirable Bernal Heights, just north of the Cortland corridor. Move-in ready, bathed in natural light, and tastefully remodeled.
2208 Mission Street #501, San Francisco As featured on HGTV’s House Hunters, this exceptionally rare top floor three bedroom two bathroom condo in the vibrant Mission District boasts a near perfect Walkscore of 99. It is a mere stone’s throw from the city’s most culturally diverse and eclectic restaurants and shopping.
6474 Oakwood Dr, Oakland. This contemporary brown shingle upslope features tall vertical windows, skylights, hardwood floors and slate tile, modern sound system wiring in the all public rooms.
586 19th Avenue, San Francisco. This regal single family home is an urban wonder in the Central Richmond, with vintage Edwardian charm and modern day improvements throughout. The thoughtfully re-designed floor plan boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a home office on the upper level.
39 Dalewood Way, San Francisco. This polished luxury home is an entertainer’s dream! The main level features a generous airy open floor plan, plenty of natural light with a chef’s dream kitchen, a designer powder room, and a formal dining room towards a private deck for today’s modern lifestyle.
1834 26th Avenue, San Francisco.Bright Central Sunset single family home. The house has on open feel with large picture windows facing out the front.
25 Sierra Street #304, San Francisco. Spectacular corner penthouse-like unit in Potrero Hill featuring an exceptional deeded outdoor patio and shared common deck showcasing City lights and Bay views.
4388 23rd Street, San Francisco. Located in Noe Valley, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom home has lots to offer anyone who is looking for character over size or to create something new!
7 Burnett Avenue N # 2, San Francisco. This three-bedroom condo is located in Twin Peaks and features a luxury spa bathroom, fireplace, and open floor plans.
Danielle Lazier and Associates San Francisco October Focus
October was all about homeownership on our SFhotlist blog! To kick off this theme, our first post of the month featured the benefits of homeownership in San Francisco. For example, owning a home is more economical than renting.
You also have much more freedom with your living space — from decorating to owning a dog, you call the shots when you own a home.
However, owning a home can come with rookie mistakes if you don’t have prior experience or haven’t been properly guided through the process of owning a home in San Francisco. In our post 5 Home Building and Renovating Mistakes to Avoid, we examined the work that’s involved with building or renovating a house. Protect your home’s long-term value by avoiding common errors, and build a house that will be both a dependable home and a stable long-term investment.
We also sent a reminder out that the first installment of property taxes is due. Paid in two installments, property taxes are paid in November/December and February/April. That is, the first installment will be due on November 1st, and considered delinquent after December 11th. The second installment for this year will similarly come due in February 2018, and be considered overdue some time in April.
San Francisco Real Estate
Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, have the experience and industry knowledge to help you buy a home in San Francisco. 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!