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White oak hardwood flooring spans the great room of this southeast-facing unit that includes ceiling speakers. Stainless steel appliances outfit the kitchen and the listing includes a washer and dryer. Listing agent: Jeffrey Stephenson, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (415) 577-2580, jeff@jssignature properties.com. 325 Arlington St., $1.295 million. Beds: 3 Baths: 2 Square footage: 1,161 Open home: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
This freestanding condo rests inside a gated complex and stands near North Berkeley BART and two San Francisco bus stops. There’s a porch off the dining room, and the living room features a fireplace and wood flooring. Listing agent: Sheri Madden, Marvin Gardens Real Estate, (510) 501-1317, firstname.lastname@example.org. 1147 Hearst Ave.
This 19th century Victorian features parquet hardwood flooring and a brick fireplace. A barrel-vaulted ceiling accents the upper level. Plenty of renovation potential exists in this residence that’s belonged to the same family for more than 70 years. A garage/basement offers a canvas for further expansion and the home has RM-1 zoning. The listing hosts an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Listing agent: Derek Jackson, Vanguard Properties, (415) 875-7448, email@example.com; Scott Morton, Vanguard Properties, (415) 218-8266, firstname.lastname@example.org 750 Lyon St., NoPa, San Francisco.
When Lauren Kowal first entered 7 Hillcrest Road in Tiburon in March 2010, she was in awe of the millwork, bay views and parquet hardwood flooring. She and her husband were the first to move into the newly finished Pacific Heights-style residence, and the couple raised their children in the extravagant six-bedroom home. “The house is very dramatic and elegant, but also comfortable and incredibly livable,” she said. Offering more than 5,500 square feet of living space, the home enjoys a wealth of fine finishes and amenities. The trilevel offers three zones of radiant heating and an elevator that services all levels.
Prehistoric flair has been added to the iconic hillside of the Hillsborough home locals call the Flintstone House.
Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough Address: 11 Pine Court, Kentfield Asking price: $5.5 million Description: Views of Mount Tamalpais await at this spacious five-bedroom home that includes a solar-heated swimming pool and a detached guest cottage. The home boasts three fireplaces, and the owner’s suite has a walk-in closet and a spa bathroom with a soaking tub and radiant heated flooring.
Tiny homes are cute, trendy and affordable, but you can't take them with you. Lance Peterson changed that.
Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough Address: 625 Spruce St., Berkeley Asking price: $1.55 million Description: Four bedrooms, bay views and enticing outdoor spaces are found at this traditional Mediterranean home north of Indian Rock Park. A courtyard with a tranquil fountain leads into the home, which has an oversize living room with a coffered, wood-paneled ceiling and a vintage fireplace.
This more than 100-year-old building has been fully restored and houses offices as well as a loft with wide open living spaces, original oak hardwood floors and high, wood-beamed ceilings.
If mind-blowing technology and the latest gadgets get your juices flowing, your home no doubt reflects this – particularly where smart home devices are concerned.
Mehdi and Nely Jazayeri went above and beyond when they tore down a 1950s Ranch home and built a sleek contemporary at 369 Fletcher Drive in Atherton. The home boasts two wine cellars, seven bedrooms and a central staircase with walnut tread. “They took tremendous care because they built it for themselves. It wasn’t built as a spec development,” said Tom LeMieux of Pacific Union Real Estate, who is co-listing the home with Jennifer Liske for $18.75 million. Upon completion, the couple realized it was too big for them, LeMieux said. Now they’re listing the multimillion-dollar mansion in the nation’s most expensive ZIP code.
Location matters most in real estate, and 2430 Castro St. in Noe Valley enjoys a unique setting. Not only is the four-bedroom contemporary positioned in one of San Francisco’s hottest neighborhoods, there are no homes across the street from the residence. “These outlooks you just don’t get,” said Greg Fulford of Vanguard Properties, who is listing the trilevel for $4.395 million. “You have the side of Billy Goat Hill out front and there’s also views of downtown.” The residence revolves around a spacious great room with floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors on opposite ends.
East of McKinley Square with west-facing windows, this updated condo offers LED lighting, quartz counters and wood floors, as well as floor tiles in the bathroom. The unit includes one-car parking. Listing agent: Kevin Ho, Vanguard Properties, (415) 297-7462, kevin@ kevinandjonathan.com; Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties, (415) 297-7462, jonathan@kevinand jonathan.com. 875 Vermont St., Unit 103, Potrero Hill, $699,000.
Built in 1971, this Sleepy Hollow home includes an office and a library. The residence has protected views and is flanked by mature trees and rolling hills. Stone counters and stainless steel appliances accent the chef’s kitchen. Listing agent: Stacy Hart, Vanguard Properties, (415) 244-8785, stacy@ vanguardproperties.com; Kevin Kearney, (415) 297-3874, kevinkearney@ vanguardmarin.com. 180 De Burgh Drive, $1.849 million Beds: 4 Baths: 3 Square footage: 2,923 Open home: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Recently remodeled by EAG Studio, this contemporary couples indoor/outdoor living with a modern floor plan. The roof deck offers views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Palace of Fine Arts, while a curved Calacatta Nuvo quartz island accents the kitchen. Listing agent: Rebecca Schumacher, Sotheby’s International Realty, (415) 928-3800, rebecca. schumacher@sothebys homes.com. 268 Mallorca Way, $7 million. Beds: 5 Baths: 5½ Square footage: 5,003 Open home: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.