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.
If you’re looking for period details packed into a small space on a very steep incline, then look no further. Located in San Francisco’s extremely desirable Bernal Heights neighborhood, this two bedroom one bath home offers charm in lieu of square footage. Priced at a very affordable 1.2 million, you’re only a couple of mortgages away from living the dream.
While the pros and cons of the color-scheme are still up for debate among the neighbors, Richie’s period charm, spacious bedrooms and tandem garage space are likely to change the tunes of even the most conservative buyers. Situated on the western edge of the city, you can count on lots of fog and long MUNI rides downtown. Bring your Clipper card and and a couple of mortgage bankers—the bidding starts at 2.6 million.
A prime investment opportunity on the edge of Chinatown, these beauties are being sold as a pair. Featuring six two-bedroom units with sweeping city views and over 4,000 square feet of space perfect for retail or a restaurant, this twofer could be a trophy among tenements in this rapidly emerging area. Some hazardous conditions—do not enter without a licensed agent. Call or find us on Facebook for more info! Won’t last long!
Breaking the rules a bit for the holidays with the sketch I did for my annual dog-themed family Christmas card. At $7.75 a square foot a month, this is the place I can barely afford (but call home). Happy holidays—now go walk a dog.
You’ve heard of million-dollar views? Good. In this case, you’d better bring two million. Perched between the Oakland Hills and the family-friendly excitement of Oakland’s Grand Ave, this Victorian charmer has everything you’ve been looking for—as long as you can pack it into 1100 square feet. This one won’t last long. Call your careless local lender today!