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San Francisco’s 10 most expensive homes sold between March and April 2015

San Francisco’s 10 most expensive homes sold between March and April 2015

  1. 2555 Union Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco2555 Union Street • Cow Hollow, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $9,750,000
    This extraordinary home is a work of art in itself, from the stunning museum-quality architectural details inside to the north views of San Francisco City and Bay, including Angel Island, Alcatraz and Fort Mason, along with the calm and sunny southern exposure outdoor spaces. This home is truly a state-of-the-art masterpiece that offers a quiet and serene setting from every room, and the perfect back-drop for art aficionados. Designed with a purity of expression, utilizing energy-efficient modern building materials, including aluminum exterior panels, and ultra clear insulated windows and sliding doors achieving stunning clarity and light. The modernized floor plan was brilliantly designed utilizing a steel super structure offering clean open spaces.
     
  2. 2367 Washington Street, San Francisco, CA – Pacific Heights
, Sold: $7,800,0002367 Washington Street • Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $7,800,000
    Inspired by its wonderful Beaux Arts architecture, this home has been completely transformed to meet the demands of modern living. Main Level with entrance gallery, cascading staircase, powder room, living room, spacious dining room with separate sitting area, and a spectacular great room with gourmet kitchen, service pantry, family and separate dining area opening to south facing garden. Upper Level with elegant master bedroom suite, guest suite, and two bedrooms that share a full bath. Lower Level features a large recreation room with access to the garden, service kitchen, office, guest bedroom, full bath, laundry, and interior access to the 2-car garage. Professionally landscaped lush south facing garden with fire pit.

    200 Laurel Street, San Francisco, Pacific Heights, Sold: $6,700,000

  3. 200 Laurel Street • Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $6,700,000
    Grand 3-Story Family House in Presidio Heights with Bay Views. 200 Laurel Street is an elegant, three-story family house with seven bedrooms that’s located on a corner lot along a highly-desired block in Presidio Heights. The home was originally built in 1906, by well-known San Francisco Architect, Jas A McCullough and features Bay views from the living room as well as the master bedroom. ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Living room with fireplace, Formal dining room, Breakfast room, Powder room, Kitchen overlooking terraced garden, 2nd Floor – 4 bedrooms + library with fireplace, 3rd Floor – 3 bedrooms + paneled office and 1 bathroom, Basement + 2-car garage, Walking distance to Julius Khan Playground and Laurel Village.3878 Jackson Street, San Francisco – Pacific Heights 
Sold: $6,680,000

  4. 3878 Jackson Street • Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $6,680,000
    Verdant Presidio views form the backdrop for this exquisitely renovated 5BD/3.5BA home. Renown & coveted location on The Wall. Sophisticated and subdued palate with designer finishes and fittings, soaring ceilings & rich hardwood floors. Family room w/Presidio views is adjacent to the stunning gourmet kitchen w/slab Carrara d’oro marble counters & pearlized glass subway-tiled backsplash, walnut accents, & top-of-the-line appliances. Large L/R-D/R w/onyx-faced frplc + sunny exposure. Sublime master suite w/bucolic Presidio views, deck, spa-style bath & 2-walk-in closets. Wonderful media/play rm on the lwr lvl w/deck & side yard patio. 2-car parking w/interior access.3475 Jackson Street, San Francisco –Presidio Heights
, Sold: $6,175,000
  5. 3475 Jackson Street • Presidio Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $6,175,000
    The marble entry hall and wide staircase leads you to the main level grand foyer. A veranda is is visible through the arched windows at the far end of the foyer. The spacious LR & FR DR border the foyer. Beyond the dining room is a cozy breakfast rm. The kitchen & butler’s pantry is adjacent to the sunny and light-filled garden room with access to the south garden through a set of French doors. The upper level has two master suites & 2 additional BR. One master suite has a fireplace & currently being used as a library. This level has 3 full baths each with radiant floor heat. Features: elevator to all levels, recessed lighting, maple & oak bleached hardwood floors, skylights, arch windows, crown molding and 1 car garage.1900 Green Street, San Francisco – Pacific Heights, 
Sold: 5,650,000
  6. 1900 Green Street • Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $5,650,000
    Wonderful, bright, corner home in move-in condition with period detail, high ceilings, hardwood floors and a professional kitchen that opens to a sunny deck. Stairs lead to a landscaped garden. 3 bedrooms and a family room on the second level with Bay and City Views. Elevator to all floors. 3 car side-by-side parking with interior access. Media & guest room on lower level. Too good to be true!2542 Fillmore Street, San Francisco – Pacific Heights
, Sold: 5,600,000
  7. 2542 Fillmore Street • Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $5,600,000
    2542 Fillmore has experienced a rebirth for elegant up-to-date urban living in the 21st Century. In a location that is steps from the booming Fillmore Street, this exquisite remodeled home boasts an open kitchen/family room opening to a landscaped east garden. 4 bedrooms on 1 level and au pair’s room make it a wonderful family home. Traditional finishes and materials along with modern/high tech elements effect an elegant yet contemporary aesthetic and sophisticated functionality with state-of-the-art systems: entertainment, communications, energy efficiency and security.614 Noe Street, San Francisco – Eureka Valley/dolores Heights
 Sold: $5,600,000
  8. 614 Noe Street • Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $5,600,000
    Located in Eureka Valley and part of the Dolores Heights historic district, this home offers amenities rarely found together; views, large usable yard and easy walk-ability. The original structure was completely removed making the current home 100% new construction, not often found in the city. An impressive floating steel and reclaimed lumber staircase connects the 3 luxury levels and continues to the 4th level through a large retractable skylight to the jaw dropping roof deck. The wide 29 foot lot affords windows on three sides creating spacious light filled rooms. The deep 125 foot lot affords wonderful outdoor spaces which include a patio, lawn and fire pit area. Homes like this are rarely available and need to be experienced in person.577 Alvarado Court, San Francisco – Noe Valley 
Sold: $5,400,000
  9. 577 Alvarado Court • Noe Valley, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $5,400,000
    577 Alvarado is an Enchanting Indoor/Outdoor Living Space located on one of Noe’s finest blocks. It was recently remodeled and expanded w/ a thoughtful and desirable floorplan and captivating contemporary finishes. This Home is a phenomenal combination of a full open living level, 3BR/2BA above on a single level, + a second full ensuite bedroom on it’s own level, & a large family room that opens directly into the warm and protected south garden. 2 additional south facing decks provide convenient outdoor access and views of the Garden, City, and Bay w/ sliding glass panels. This modern Smart Home has been built with great attention to detail and is equipped to create a harmonious and comfortable ambiance that is inviting to all who enter.

    316 Walnut Street, San Francisco – Presidio Heights 
Sold: $5,200,000

  10. 316 Walnut Street • Presidio Heights, San Francisco, CA
    Sold: $5,200,000
    Elegant 4-story Queen Anne Victorian home. Main floor features a wood paneled entry with parquet wood floors. The living area has grand double parlors w/ 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, high ceilings & beautiful detail. The kitchen has double ovens, five burner gas cooktop, Bosch dishwasher, & Subzero fridge. A deck sits directly off the kitchen and leads to the lovely rear garden. A powder room completes this level. The grand wood stair case leads to the bedroom levels. 4 large bedrooms, 2 with ensuite baths & 2 with a Jack & Jill bath. The top floor is a wonderful master suite which includes an office & sitting room with views, walk-in oversized closet, and remodeled bath. Garden level features a family room, bath, laundry room, & garage.

     

Top ten most expensive San Francisco homes sold between March 15th and April 15th, 2015. Not including off-market purchases.

Source: SFARMLS

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