As top San Francisco real estate agents, Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco look forward to bringing you a recap about what’s been happening in our city by the bay. It’s our job to stay in the know and to keep you informed about the latest developments in the San Francisco real estate market. In the following blog post you’ll find an overview of our San Francisco real estate listings and sales, as well as a summary of other topics we covered in the SFhotlist blog.
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Check out our San Francisco real estate sales, and what we were up to in May:
1036 Potrero Avenue #5, San Francisco. Located on the border between the Mission District and Potrero Hill, this home is a top floor, two bedroom, two bathroom condo with one car parking, ample storage and a shared garden.
11 Harper Street, San Francisco. Located in desirable Glen Park, this two bedroom, one bathroom single family home features two decks, a patio with a hot tub, a one car garage, and 180 degree views spanning Twin Peaks, downtown, and Bernal Hill.
607-609 Waller Street, San Francisco, sits on a quiet street of iconic Victorians and leafy trees in the Lower Haight, just blocks from Haight Ashbury. It’s a sunny neighborhood, lauded for its convenience, connection to history and community.
2151 Sacramento Street #4, San Francisco is a stunning and historically significant four bedroom, four full bathroom, two story condo in a four unit building that is located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood.
572 Moultrie Street, San Francisco is a two bedroom, one bathroom single family home with one car parking. Pristine and charming, this updated craftsman-style home shows care of ownership and boasts a desirable Bernal Heights location along the Cortland Avenue corridor.
615 Peralta Avenue, San Francisco. Located in beautiful Bernal Heights, this home features panoramic views of the East Bay, plenty of storage, refinished hardwood floors, a patio off of the main living areas, and a freshly painted interior.
1543-1545 Treat Avenue, San Francisco. Built in 1900, this two-unit building features two-car parking, a large back yard, and a bonus garden studio situated one-half block from Bernal Heights’ charming Precita Park.
276 Greenview Drive, Daly City is a townhouse with two-car garage parking facing the serene San Bruno Mountain trails. Built in 1985 and located in Village In The Park, this Daly City townhomes contemporary layout and construction make it both practical and comfortable.
1235 20th Avenue Unit A, San Francisco is situated just a block from the Golden Gate Park. This Sunset District home has plentiful natural light, hardwood floors, and convenient contemporary amenities.
159 Peralta Avenue, San Francisco is a duplex located on Bernal Heights’ desirable North Slope. The top floor flat living room greets you with stunning views spanning from Twin Peaks to Coit Tower and the downstairs unit welcomes you with a formal entry area.
524 Gates Street, San Francisco. Located in Bernal Heights, this truly unique traditional San Francisco home originally built by a contractor for his personal residence in 1937.
280 28th Street, #1, San Francisco. Built in 1971, this home features two bathrooms and three bedrooms and is located in the Noe Valley neighborhood.
1161 Dolores St, San Francisco. This is a large three bedroom, two bathroom condominium located on the edge of Noe Valley and the Mission District. It is a short walk to the stores and restaurants on 24th Street.
763 Kansas Street, San Francisco.Originally crafted in 1916, this turn of the century, picture perfect home on the North Slope of Potrero Hill has been lovingly restored and extensively renovated with supreme attention to detail.
SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco May Focus
As top San Francisco real estate agents, we understand that it’s important to know San Francisco’s neighborhoods inside and out! One of the ways we achieve this is to research and feature neighborhood spotlights on our real estate blog. In May, we featured the Haight-Ashbury — a groovy tourist hotspot that is full of amenities for both visitors and residents alike. The Upper Haight was home to 60’s hippie counter-culture, and it’s still one of the hippest and trendiest commercial centers in San Francisco. Read all about it here and discover what the Haight-Ashbury has to offer.
Another thing San Francisco has to offer is a myriad of activities for almost any holiday and event. The city had lots of Memorial Day activities planned in May, and we wrote all about them on our blog.
With summer right around the corner, we thought it was important to provide some tips on preparing your home for the foggy San Francisco summer weather. It’s definitely not all sunshine and rainbows in this city (unless you’re in the Castro, that is)! Living the dream in San Francisco still comes with a few home maintenance responsibilities, so click here to find out what you should know in order to protect your home against the elements.
In addition to our SFhotlist Neighborhood Spotlights, we regularly like to feature the Noe Valley neighborhood. Noe Valley is an area of expertise for top real estate agent Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco. If you’re interested in buying or selling a home in Noe Valley or if you’d like to learn more, check out our weekly San Francisco real estate market updates. Visit the SFhotlist blog and the Noe Valley Market Update website to get the highlights each month!
Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco have helped countless people find their San Francisco dream home! We’re proud to provide San Francisco real estate services to both homebuyers and sellers. Reach out today for a free, no-pressure, no-obligation consultation!