Well before it became known locally for housing Trou Normand, Mourad, and Yelp, 140 New Montgomery, one of San Francisco's first high rises, was prized for its Art Deco stylings. Today, it's on the market and is expected to bring beaucoup dollars (to absolutely no one's surprise).
From the charming cable cars to the clear view of Karl rolling in, San Francisco's second most-crooked street offers everything a city lover could want in a home. But if the prime location doesn't sell you, maybe this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will.
In a land called Bernal Heights, not so very long ago, a sad fixer-upper sold for a measly $835,000. In one magical year, thanks to a property expansion, some major renovations, and a sprinkling of fairy dust, the plain jane now joins SF's million-dollar ranks, hitting the market for nearly double her 2014 selling price. Talk about a Cinderella story.
For anyone who craves a change of pace but dreads leaving the city behind, this Sausalito home with clear views of San Francisco may hit the sweet spot.
No matter how many times you've passed the corner of Bryant and 25th Streets, you may have never guessed what lies behind this loud and proud mural that depicts themes of cultural diversity and peace. Turns out, it's a gorgeous live/work space that your average local artist could likely never afford.
Despite rock 'n' roll's devil-may-care image, Killers bassist Mark Stoermer hasn't remotely trashed his property. Quite the contrary.
It may not be 28 Barbary Lane, but as the longtime home of one of San Francisco's most beloved authors, it's pretty damn close.
In need of a sanctuary that offers escape from the concrete jungle? This Marina house might be your golden ticket.
On days like today, nothing sounds better than a crisp, cold cocktail on a sunny rooftop patio. This Nob Hill house makes a big promise to its future residents: Never again will you have to Google "restaurant patio San Francisco."
If you're going to pay $15 million for a San Francisco home, why not select one with extravagant amenities, a storied history, and no immediate nosy neighbors? We have just the place.