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Top Three Residential Property Sales For the Past Week

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Let's take a look at the top three residential real estate sales for the past seven days. First up? #3Listed For: $1,895,000
Received: Asking!
Size: 4-bed, 3-bath; 1,727-square-feet
Location: 155 Belgrave, Ashbury Heights
More info: The listing states that the home is "basically in its 1950's original condition," and then goes on to tell us that there's "unapproved plans by Feldman Architecture to build either a 4600 sq ft house or 5700 sq ft house." And yes, the property did complete and pass its historical review. While we're sure the new owner plans to do some serious nipping and tucking (and possibly demolishing), we do wish they'd try to maintain some of the interior's mid-century modern charm.

Listed For: $3,950,000, then reduced to $3,600,000
Received: $3,550,000
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath; 5,300-square-feet
Location: 2400 Vallejo, Pacific Heights
The deets: This Craftsman-style corner home has pedigree: designed by Albert Farr. Plus, it's in close proximity to "some of the city's finest private schools!" The home has two separate garages on opposite sides of the house, so the listing agent mentions that "the west garage may possibly be removed & a grdn created." We should mention, of course, that the home's elevator goes to all floors except the top.

Listed For: $3,750,000
Received: $4,225,000!
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath; 4,605-square-feet
Location: 72 Commonwealth, Laurel Heights
The deets: The priciest sale in the past seven days goes to Commonwealth, which accepted an offer that was $475,000 more than what it asked for. The Edwardian home is one of "Jordan Park's finest, located perfect on one of its prime lots." Congrats to the lucky buyer!