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High & Low: This Week's Most and Least Expensive Home Sales in San Francisco

A Presidio Heights stunner with true San Francisco history, and a condo that makes history of its own by actually managing to sell for less than half a million. The Hamilton building Photo by throgers Welcome to the High & the Low, a Curbed SF column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Show More Summary

Bonkers Lake District Edwardian With In-Law Hits Market at $2.4 Million

Oof. This one is a beauty. Photo via Theo Built in 1923 and gloriously renovated, this three-bedroom, three-bath Edwardian condo at 124 Ninth Avenue sits in Lake District, a sliver of a neighborhood sandwiched between the Presidio and Presidio Heights. Another point of interest is the in-law on the bottom floor. Show More Summary

Go Eat This: Whole Roasted Fish At Presidio Social Club

The restaurant is still going strong, offering a kind of San Francisco version of a country club experience. [ more › ]

Presidio Terrace Colonial Revival with private putting green asks $17 million

If your pop loves golf, then 26 Presidio Terrace may be the ultimate Father’s Day gift for those with close to $17 million to spend on dear old dad. The 1909 Colonial Revival-style home is located just a few blocks south of the Presidio Golf Course and has its own private putting green in the

Pacific Heights Art Deco Condo Asks $985,000

Corner unit with high ceilings and crown moldings will bring you back to San Francisco's glamorous era Photo via Redfin A corner unit at 3025 Jackson, right on the border of Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, lands on the market this week. Show More Summary

'Happy Chewbacca' Viral Video Star Visits Lucasfilm, Facebook

"Y'all," the Facebook star exclaimed upon seeing the Presidio Yoda fountain. "My world is officially the weirdest thing in the entire galaxy." [ more › ]

Presidio Heights mid-century marvel sells for nearly $4 million over asking

After less than three weeks on the market, 3610 Washington St.—the mid-century masterpiece we told you about earlier this month—has sold for $11.3 million, nearly $4 million over the $7.5-million asking price. The home received seven offers over the asking price, according to sellers’ agent Ted Bartlett, who added that the winning buyers are admirers

Home In Gated, Super-Exclusive Presidio Terrace Asks $16.9 Million

Mansion in San Francisco's only real gated community features 4 floors and 18 rooms Photo via Redfin A rare treat today, folks, as a mansion inside Presidio Terrace, San Francisco's only gated community, lands on the market today for...Show More Summary

Midcentury Presidio Heights Home Sells for Almost 50 Percent Over Asking

Housing market shows no signs of sluggishness in one of the city's priciest neighborhoods Photo courtesy of Redfin This 1959 William Wurster in Presidio Heights, a midcentury modern at 3610 Washington that provides wonderful positive...Show More Summary

Oh For God's Sake: George Lucas Is Back, Wants To Build His Museum On Treasure Island Now

Remember how several years ago Lucas wanted to put his Museum of Narrative Art in the Presidio and that got shot and he took his plan to Chicago? Well, Chicago is shooting it down and he's back. [ more › ]

Pacific Heights Edwardian Mansion Commands Respect, Asks $5.7 Million

Period details blend beautifully with a cool contemporary update Photo via Redfin. This 1916 Edwardian mansion at 2755 Scott is a wonderfully tucked away mansion in Pacific Heights, near the Presidio Heights border. And there's nothing...Show More Summary

Beaux Arts beauty from the “King of Formal Elegance” asks $11.5 million

Best known for designing the Legion of Honor, George Applegarth also created glorious Beaux Arts-style homes like the Spreckels Mansion and 201 Locust St. in Presidio Heights, which recently came to market for $11.5 million. Applegarth was known as “The King of Formal Elegance,” according to the home’s marketing site, and you can certainly tell why

When Photoshop Goes Too Far: Which Photo Looks Real at Our Disney Family Museum in the Presidio?

TweetBoth these shots of our Disney Family Museum are around on the internet. They were taken by the same person at the same time. Here’s the (more) real version: And here’s that same shot after a little (or of a lot of) Photoshopping: I don’t know if this second version, with the colors turned up […]

Wurster-designed mid-century masterpiece in near mint condition asks $7.5 million

On the market for only the third time since it was designed in 1959 by renowned mid-century architect William Wurster, 3610 Washington Street in Presidio Heights is in spectacular near-original condition, from its frosted glass front entry to Wurster’s signature swirling central staircase to its skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows. Show More Summary

Presidio Heights Mansion-Like 4-Story Condo Asks $6.2 Million

You'll never feel isolated again in this primo condo Craving that mansion-chic feeling but with the neighborliness of a condo complex? Fear not for 3233 Jackson has you covered. This astounding four-story condo has all of the glamorous...Show More Summary

Spectacular Presidio Heights Mansion Hits Market at $11.5 Million

Gasp! The mansion, a staple of Presidio Heights. And this 1915 classic revival, created by San Francisco architect George Applegarth (who, get a load of this, also created the curvilinear Downtown Center Garage at Mason at O'FarrellShow More Summary

Rare Presidio Heights William Wurster Lands on Market for $7.9 Million

An uncommon treat in a standout neighborhood Here's a chance to nab a rare piece of property in Presidio Heights, a midcentury contemporary 1959 William Wurster. The former dean of the UC Berkeley Architecture is best known for designed UC Berkeley's Stern Hall and a slew of California residences. Show More Summary

Presidio Heights Mega-Flip Reappears for $10.9 Million, Still on Hunt for Buyer

Stunning pad is back with a new agent and new photos The saga of 101 Maple continues. Once an ugly duckling on the block, its unfortunate, dated facade was blown away during a major remodel by local architect Ravi Anand, a process that...Show More Summary

Historic Koshland Mansion, Frisco’s Most Expensive Listing, is Taken Over by HandyCam-Toting Skateboarders – Another Indignity at 3800 Washington

TweetFor one brief shining moment, some thought Taylor Swift would buy this long-empty fixer-upper up in Presidio Heights. Then there was the art-thieving squatter – he’s imprisoned now, AFAIK. And now this is how things looked last week: I count five sk8tr boyz recording their tricks up there. Look for the results on the YouTube. […]

Day Around The Bay: Coyotes Prowl Presidio

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