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.
Originally a single-family stunner, this Bernal beauty is currently split into two revenue-driving luxury units. With exquisite period details and countless modern updates, this Bungalow will steal your heart while it drains your renters’ savings accounts. In the mood for renovation? Get rid of the tenants and get ready to have your very own perch on the hill. Choose your own adventure!
Situated just below San Francisco’s beloved Coit Tower, this beauty stands out as a bit of a landmark of its own. Dipped in a distinctive shade of pink, this five bedroom, three bath, 3100 square foot home has been lovingly maintained since it was built in 1935. Look out over the bay and take in the view of the Golden Gate and Alcatraz as you contemplate the interest rate on your 3.2 million dollar mortgage. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to stake your claim on your own piece of Telegraph Hill.
If you’re not charmed by the brick street out front, then just wait until you see the view of Sutro Tower from the adorable front porch. Located just steps from the bustle of Cortland Avenue, this home has two updated units that still retain their Victorian charm. Live in one and rent the other out? The city’s rental market is almost as absurd as its real estate market, so why not? Not sure if you’re qualified to be a landlord? Don’t worry—anyone can do it! Our very motivated seller will entertain any offer over 1.9 million.