Bay windows. Stained glass. Spanish tile. What’s not to love about this single-family North Beach beauty? With three bedrooms and two full baths, this modest multi-level home was custom-built for your growing family (not to mention, your growing-tech industry salary). That startup is taking off! Right?
They say life’s a beach. Here’s your chance to make it come true. With all the charm you’d hope to find in a house built during the fabulous fifties, this Pacific Grove retreat features three spacious bedrooms, two full baths and an incredible view of the ocean. Call this one home or put it up on Airbnb and watch the money come rolling in. Just remember—like a beautiful coastal sunset—this one won’t last long in this competitive market. Email today to arrange a showing.
Don’t miss out on this rare single-family opportunity just a few blocks off Columbus Avenue. Tucked quietly between Russian Hill and North Beach, this three-bedroom, two bath fixer upper is just waiting for your final touches. Don’t let the outdated electrical and dry rot scare you away—the possibilities here are endless. Keep it for yourself and start a family. Or be a housing shortage hero and turn the ample square footage into three one-bedroom apartments (or six studios!). Call today for a tour!
A block from Lovers Point Park in picturesque Pacific Grove, this two bedroom, one-and-a-half bath charmer has a small office that could be converted into a nursery. Recently landscaped to keep water out of the crawlspace, this one is newlywed ready. Don’t be intimidated by the outdated kitchens and bathrooms—that’s what tax returns are for! Call or email for more information.
This exquisite example of Queen Anne revivalist architecture is located in the heart of San Francisco. Boasting three sprawling two-bedroom apartments, refinished hardwood floors and loads of vintage charm, this one is move-in ready. Whether you want to claim a unit for yourself, keep the current tenants, or merge the units to create your own mansion right in the center of the city, this is a rare opportunity to own a well-appointed piece of San Francisco history. Did we mention it’s also on the bike route known among locals as the “Wiggle”? Go ahead! Grab your favorite mortgage banker and get ready to call this one home. It’s a steal at 5.6 million.
Nestled in mature shrubbery, minutes from Point Reyes National Seashore, this three-bedroom, two bath bungalow is priced to sell at 1.2 million. Vintage features along with modern updates make this one that simply can’t be missed. Get ready to call it home sweet home. Porsche not included.
Also known as the Sunset Threesome, these two-story, single-family homes were built when the American Dream was a less contentious subject and having one and a half bath was considered a luxury. Like puppies in a litter, these three have been together since birth and they’re being sold as a package. Touting 1250 square foot each and three bedrooms, their collective “fixer-upper” status means you can make these siblings part of your family for around five million.